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

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


February 2018

In Practice: The UK's first Energiesprong homes

A pioneering new pilot project in Nottingham aims to make select households ultra-low carbon and fit for the future by renovating them using the 'Energiesprong' techniques used in the Netherlands.

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February 2017

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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edie explores sustainability megatrends: Part 1 - Climate change

Kicking off edie's new series of thought-leadership articles on the global impact of megatrends. The Climate Group's corporate partnerships director Mike Peirce explores how climate change is radically changing the way we do business.

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

As edie's engagement month of editorial content rolls on, we round-up some of the latest techniques and platforms businesses are using to drive sustainability engagement among internal and external stakeholders.

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· Five green policy priorities to stop Brexit ruining our environment

· In shocking times, corporate sustainability needs to pivot

· Captivating CSR: How to produce an engaging sustainability report

· Going Circular: PwC's staff engagement success story



February 2014

Top 10 World Cup Sustainability Facts

We bring you a run down of the top 10 sustainability facts you need to know about the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.

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Natural Capital - the missing piece of the economic jigsaw

There is a growing realisation among some businesses and policy makers that economics has failed to take account of a third form of capital, natural capital, says Claire Wansbury and Rupert Haines.

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Has the waste hierarchy had its day?

Given the phenomenal rise of circular economy thinking in recent years, the waste hierarchy as it stands may no longer be a valid starting point for business. Maxine Perella reports

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· Top 50 global green brands - the full list

· Cutting down on illegal logging through supply chain controls

· How would the UK's renewable energy market fair if Scotland goes independent?

· Microsoft moves from smart to smarter buildings

· Nespresso's Sustainability Challenge: Education holds the key to building a sustainable future

· GALLERY: Behind the scenes at Ben & Jerry's new biodigester



February 2009

Rising above the low of peak water

Peak water is a new concept that indicates that the era of easy access to water is coming to an end. Professor Malin Falkenmark of the Stockholm International Water Institute believes it reveals that a rethink is needed

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Biogas supplies green power

Nick Chesters, May Gurney's regional M&E manager and general framework manager for Severn Trent Water, examines a biogas-harvesting project that is used to fuel combined heat and power units at three plants

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Utility took on leakage - and won

In the financial year 2007 to 2008 Scottish Water failed to meet its leakage reduction target for the second year running. Natasha Wiseman spoke to the utility on how they turned things around and are meeting new targets

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· Optimistic yet realistic - ERM boss

· The only way is up for recycling managers

· Nuclear: the answer?

· Bell rings in the changes for wheel loaders

· Doctor on call: going direct to the doorstep

· Waste by water reaches Olympian heights

· Evolution keeps Huber on toes