Edie+ articles on this day... for January 2017, 2016, 2013, 2008

Take a trip into the past and see what articles were in published in January 2017, 2016, 2013, 2008

January 2017

Fuel-cell vehicles can run up to five times longer than the all-EV counterparts, but the technlogy has struggled to leave an impression among consumers due to cost factorsLow-carbon energy and sustainable transport are becoming evermore intertwined as new green technologies emerge and become more affordable to the masses. But as the sectors move ahead with innovative battery and electrification plans, they could be missing out on a growing fuel cell market, writes Ma
While low in emissions intensity, sugary food and drink products are relatively resource-intensive at every stage in the supply chainMany of us will have made a healthy New Year's resolution, often tailored to running off a Christmas dinner or two and reducing the amount of sugar in our diets. In light of the UK's upcoming sugar tax, what impact could a sugar-reduced diet have on the environment and the sustainability of big food
New policies, accelerated deployment of infrastructure, and digitisation will all play major roles in the UK's escalating air quality battleAs part of edie's innovation month of editorial content, Matt Mace turns the spotlight to air quality, speaking with experts, innovators and incumbents about how innovation and new technology can alleviate spiralling pollution levels across the country.
» Energy efficiency: What does it take to change behaviours?


January 2016

President Obama has been an influential driver in promoting low-carbon and sustainable plans and policiesFrom his early campaigning on environmental issues before taking office in 2009 to the passion and enthusiasm he displayed at the historic climate talks in Paris last month, edie charts Barack Obama's most significant climate actions as he enters his final year as US President.
A successful materiality assessment allows a business to prioritise its environmental efforts and spend accordingly, helping to maximise return on investment
In the third part of edie's sustainability reporting feature series, we explore how CSR reports can be used to monitor and manage the most important environmental issues affecting your company.
Futuristic EVs, innovative solar concepts and zero-carbon cities are all on the horizonAs thousands of new gadgets vie for attention at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, edie profiles nine of the most exciting cleantech innovations that could be poised to take off in 2016.
» How the Internet of Things is transforming sustainability
» Fifty shades of green: Telling your sustainability story
» Circular dreams: Tetra Pak's quest for a resource revolution
» A Better Future: How BT is using ICT to drive behaviour change
» Top 10 skills that every sustainability professionals needs
» Sustainability reporting: 10 secrets to success
» Demand response: paving the way for a lower carbon economy


January 2013

A robot-operated disinfection process is diverting clinical waste from landfill, improving resource efficiency. Nick Warburton reports
Extracting natural resources from the earth is not a sustainable activity but some mining companies are now seeing the business case for ensuring their operations are efficient, finds Leigh Stringer
Liz Goodwin: the circular economy will help spur future economic growthWriting from the World Economic Forum event in Davos, Liz Goodwin sets out WRAP's new blueprint for a UK circular economy to 2020
» Coire Glas pumped storage one step nearer
» New year brings new energy efficiency rules
» Boarding a fuel efficient future
» Council food waste an undervalued resource
» Putting its stamp on sustainability
» Sustainable procurement and future-proofing supply chains
» Desso cradles a new way of thinking


January 2008

Maintaining up-to-date health and safety standards may seem like a daunting task. But a new accreditation system aims to simplify compliance and protect against liability, writes Wayne Baxter.
The European courts have slammed Spain for allowing irrigation of land which should have been designated as a conservation area.
Modern waste management now requires a more a flexible approach when it comes to measuring technical competence. Claire Poole looks at how the industry is addressing this key area
» When one standard is better than two
» Dublin must do more to protect Irish birds
» British courts consider piggyback landfilling
» Perco applies pressure to CIPP
» Maintenance prevents business from spinning out of control
» Romanian remediation requires best of both worlds
» Italy repeatedly rapped over waste