Edie+ articles on this day... for February 2015, 2014, 2011, 2006

Take a trip into the past and see what articles were in published in February 2015, 2014, 2011, 2006

February 2015

It's hard not to fall in love with this heart-shaped solar farm, being built on the Pacific island of New CaledoniaValentine's Day is a time for reminiscing about love. In keeping with that tradition, here's a short list of reasons why our readers love working in sustainability. Keep up the good work!
Marcela Navarro is head of customer innovation for RBSAlmost a year on from the launch of the RBS Innovation Gateway, the bank's head of customer innovation Marcela Navarro reveals which projects have been successful so far and explains how her initiative is helping to accelerate new products to market, drive resource efficiency and, ultimately, save m
There are now more than 301,000 ISO 14000 certificates issued across the worldIn the latest edie explains, we take a look at ISO 14001 - the updated version of the environmental management framework outlined by the International Standards Organisation (ISO).
» Greening the screen: 10 sustainability facts about TV and film production


February 2014

Darrell Smith's focus throughout his career has been finding ways for companies around the world to get smart - smart about managing their buildings that is.
We bring you a run down of the top 10 sustainability facts you need to know about the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
Jérôme Perez is head of sustainability at Nestlé NespressoClimate change, resource scarcity and labour are problems that are not going to be resolved in the short-term and there is a very real need to ensure both current and future business students understand the importance of sustainability for the future success of business. Nespresso's head of sustaina
» Top 50 global green brands - the full list
» Natural Capital - the missing piece of the economic jigsaw
» GALLERY: Behind the scenes at Ben & Jerry's new biodigester
» How would the UK's renewable energy market fair if Scotland goes independent?
» Has the waste hierarchy had its day?
» Cutting down on illegal logging through supply chain controls


February 2011

New for the family market: the five-seater Toyota Prius VCar manufacturer Toyota has achieved record sales of its hybrid vehicles, which it sees as crucial to the company's future
This article was produced on behalf of Giveacar, a non-profit scrap car organisation that donates proceeds to charitable causes throughout the world.
A white paper from the SBWWI sets out an agenda that could improve communication and cut costs in the supply chain. SBWWI chairman, Martyn Hopkinson, and John Batty, director of Bluejohn Marketing, explain
» Pipeline project comes into focus
» Seeking approval - it's worth the risk
» Wearing it well
» State-of-the-art - and all set for the future
» Market-led reforms key
» A triumph of eco-chic
» Private sewer transfer: the councils aren't clear


February 2006

Many believe London needs a single waste authority.
Daniel Silverstone explains why this is a feasible option as the capital's waste situation becomes an ever bigger problem
Despite its misleading name, the Registration, Evaluation and Authorisation of Chemicals (REACH) Regulation will not just impact upon the chemicals sector. There are also implications for those manufacturing and importing a wide variety of other substances within the EU, as well as the responsibilit
Seawater reverse osmosis (SWRO) is fast becoming the most popular technology for producing potable water from seawater. However, to date, SWRO plants have not always met expectations for factors such as capacity, recovery and downtime. Frans Knops, product manager for Norit's Dutch subsidiary X-Flow
» Winter weather threatens London's leakage targets
» Is your business taking its environmental impact seriously
» Germany falls foul of EC for failing threatened species
» Happy dinosaurs
» A wake-up call for MDG challenges
» NATO demonstrate portable RO plant potential
» MBR plant first for leachate treatment