Mission Possible: The 2019 report
30 Under 30: The 2020 Playbook for Sustainability and Energy Professionals
Produced as part of edie's 30 Under 30 initiative, this Playbook offers practical advice on how sustainability and energy professionals can embody 'excellence' in 2020.
Single-use plastics: The 2020 roadmap for sustainable business
It’s been one of the biggest sustainable business issues of the past decade: tackling the scourge of single-use plastics. In 2018-19, the so-called “Attenborough effect” gave this issue the mainstream attention it deserved, and thousands of businesses duly began to ramp up their efforts to eliminate single- use plastics from their operations and the supply chain.
edie explains: Hazardous Waste
What is 'hazardous waste'? How does it impact businesses and how is it handled and managed, and what are the key business considerations?
Sustainability Leaders Awards 2020: Meet the Finalists
After a record-breaking year of entries, the judges have convened, decisions have been made and edie is proud to unveil the well-deserved finalists for the 2020 Sustainability Leaders Awards. This report outlines the who's who of sustainability excellence.
5 ways to maximise the impact of your energy data
Experts across energy management came together at edie’s SPARK! 2.0 event to discuss the role that energy data could play in the delivery of targets and overall strategy.
7 tips for accelerating transition to electric fleets
Experts across energy management came together at edie’s SPARK! 2.0 event to discuss how organisations could accelerate their transition away from ICE vehicles to all-electric fleets.
8 steps for overcoming the behavioural change challenge
During the SPARK 2.0 event, energy and sustainability professionals discussed the barriers to behaviour change and how businesses could harness the wider awareness of the climate strikes to engage all staff members on the need to manage energy use.
7 ideas for smart systems and flexibility
From battery storage and demand response to smart technologies and distributed generation, the roundtable discussion at SPARK! 2.0 assessed the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead on the road to achieving a flexible energy future for businesses.