edie feature articles on this day... for February 2017, 2016, 2013, 2008

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

February 2017

Five green policy priorities to stop Brexit ruining our environment

From the delivery of an ambitious 25-Year Environment Plan to the avoidance of ineffective 'zombie legislation', Environmental Industries Commission (EIC) executive director Matthew Farrow outlines the key steps that must be taken by the Government to ensure Britain's exit from the EU will not have

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In shocking times, corporate sustainability needs to pivot

Fresh from chairing edie's Sustainability Leaders Forum last week, sustainable business advisor David Bent shares his three key insights from the event, which brought together ambitious professionals to discuss transformational change.

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Consumer engagement: Fitting the final piece of the food waste puzzle

With edie's engagement month in full swing, George Ogleby investigates one of the biggest challenges facing Britain's circular economy transition: consumer engagement on food waste.

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· Going Circular: PwC's staff engagement success story

· Engagement evolution: 6 exciting trends directing the future of sustainability communications

· Captivating CSR: How to produce an engaging sustainability report

· edie explores sustainability megatrends: Part 1 - Climate change

February 2016

Onsite solutions: edie explains LED lighting

In the first of a brand new series investigating the costs, benefits and legislative backdrop of onsite sustainability solutions for your business, edie takes a closer look at LED lighting.

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Green beans: 5 sustainable coffee innovations

Coffee. It got you out of bed this morning, it's an excuse to meet an old friend and it propels you through those late-night deadlines. We all love coffee - 1.6 billion cups of it are drunk every day - and supplying that demand has made it the second most traded commodity on the planet after oil.

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Serving up a food waste solution

With the annual cost of food waste in the hospitality and foodservice sector set to reach £3bn this year, ReFood's Philip Simpson discusses the challenges facing the industry and how businesses can recuperate losses through better reduction and recycling strategies.

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· Green and pleasant land: How the National Trust is making sustainability beautiful

· Q&A with WRAP's outgoing chief executive Liz Goodwin

· It's time to redress the balance of the UK's energy trilemma

February 2013

Creating change through measurement and innovation

Measurement continues to play an important and economically beneficial role in carbon reduction. Leigh Stringer finds out how the Centre for Carbon Measurement is pushing the boundaries of innovation.

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Waste contractors must take panoramic view and start to add value

As retailers start to drive waste minimisation through their supply chains, they are demanding more holistic thinking from the contractors that serve them. Kate Cawley explains further

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Hackney residents dine out on food waste

An innovative composting project that diverts food waste from landfill has fostered community cohesion, reports Stuart Spear

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· The waste hierarchy: it's your duty

· Running a 'greener' fleet

· Student engagement puts curb on street clutter

· The chemical reaction of sustainability

· Growth in non-European solar market is pushing global capacity to new heights

· How easy is it to reduce water consumption?

February 2008

IWWE 2008 comes to Dublin

With big-name product launches, seminars on the key issues affecting the industry and the chance to network with the main players, can your business afford to miss out on this year's Irish Water, Waste & Environment exhibition?

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Edie Environmental Legislation Summary February 2008

Recent changes to legislation which will impact on the environmental sector in the UK, Europe and internationally come under the spotlight in this Semple Fraser and Edie News monthly round-up of new law and policy. This month sees rules which force all but the smallest energy suppliers to make oblig

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Wetlands experts debate impact of flooding on biodiversity

Experts on the UK's wetlands gathered in force at the World Wetlands Day Conference 2008, hosted by the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM), to debate the future role of wetlands. Colin Studholme, from Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust, and Duncan Huggett, from the Envir

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· Give offsetting some credit

· Comment: So what exactly is sustainability?

· Who's best at reporting?

· Ireland in hot water over groundwater directive

· Upgrade copes with growing town

· The struggle to stay within the law

· Scottish case tests intellectual property rights