edie feature articles on this day... for January 2018, 2017, 2014, 2009

Take a trip into the past and see what feature articles were in published in January 2018, 2017, 2014, 2009

January 2018

SDG roundtable: Five ways to move from ambition to action

Sixteen industry experts came together in London to discuss how to drive engagement and move from ambition to action on the SDGs

Sustainability and corporate responsibility managers from a range of businesses across the country recently gathered in London for an exclusive roundtable hosted by edie and UL EHS Sustainability, which explored the steps required to take the lead on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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Heroes of change: How Innocent Drinks is empowering its staff to drive sustainability

Innocent Drinks has provided a more enabling environment for staff at its Fruit Towers headquarters in London to champion sustainability

EXCLUSIVE: Innocent Drinks is on a mission to build a workforce of sustainability superheroes. Here, edie explores the innovative approaches the smoothie and fruit juice manufacturer is taking to put people at the heart of its new CSR strategy.

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In practice: Salesforce's largest US blackwater recycling system

The blackwater system will reduce the building’s water footprint by 76%

As part of a move to redefine its business purpose through staff well-being and sustainability, Salesforce has used its flagship San Francisco headquarters to champion water efficiency in an area notorious for severe droughts.

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· Could China's import ban create a step change for UK recycling?

· Test bed: Deutsche Post DHL's emissions-neutral electric vehicle

January 2017

Fuel for thought: Will 2017 be the year of the zero-emission fuel-cell vehicle?

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 factors

Low-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

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How innovation can provide a breath of fresh air for the UK's pollution woes

New policies, accelerated deployment of infrastructure, and digitisation will all play major roles in the UK's escalating air quality battle

As 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.

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Energy efficiency: What does it take to change behaviours?

edie has compiled a list of 10 top tips to change the behaviours of employees when it comes to energy efficiency, based on practical business examples

Aligning corporate energy reduction targets with individuals' motivations and behaviours can drive significant savings, but is incredibly difficult. Kicking off edie's engagement month of editorial content, we investigate how energy managers can get the rest of their organisation on board with his o

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· Sweet success? How the sugar tax will impact Britain's low-carbon commitments

January 2014

Engaging the materials supply chain to achieve TEEP recycling services

Dee Moloney

The single biggest issue on everybody's lips this year is TEEP. Dee Moloney gives TEEP guidance for local authorities.

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Mind the C&I infrastructure gap

Liz Gyekye analyses the latest trends shaping the commercial and industrial waste market

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Scotland gets down to business for zero waste

As Scottish businesses get to grip with new waste laws, Iain Gulland offers some useful pointers on where to go for the latest advice and support

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· Councils absorb waste challenges posed by flooding

· Councils must enforce new licences for scrap

January 2009

Scottish plant plugs glass gap

A facility that cleans hazardous glass from old TVs and computer monitors making it fit for reuse has opened to fill a gap in the WEEE market. Dean Stiles reports

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Eversheds comments on carbon trading

Michael Woods, partner in the clean energy and sustainability team at international law firm Eversheds, comments on the risks associated with carbon trading.

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Environment Agency issues new gypsum waste guidance

New science confirms there is no acceptable limit for gypsum to be deposited with biodegradable waste.

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· Planetary ambition

· Don't stint on service

· The course to Copenhagen

· Glimpse into future of flooding

· Gentle approach was needed

· Products of the times

· Taking the stress out of preload