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

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

April 2015

Hot air balloons fly over Bristol for the city's International Balloon Fiesta. Photo: Chris BahnBristol's year as European Green Capital has recently seen the launch of Go Green, a major initiative to bring about positive change for Bristol's business community. Here, Go Green project co-directors Amy Robinson and Nina Skubala explain how the year will provide a platform for those who want to
The problem of water scarcity can only be solved if businesses, governments and NGOs collaborateDiageo's head of water, environment and agriculture sustainability Michael Alexander explains how and why businesses must collaborate to address the critical issue of water scarcity.
Marcela Navarro is head of customer innovation at RBSMarch was the month dedicated to women around the world, providing an ideal opportunity for Marcela Navarro, head of customer innovation at RBS, to explore the new role that is emerging for women in sustainability.
» Sustainable SMEs: small steps for big success
» Why solar needs a serious strategy from the new Government
» Edie explains: Electricity Market Reform
» The importance and benefits of corporate social responsibility
» #Sustainability: Five ways social media is driving CSR
» edie explains: Energy Performance Contracts
» edie energy management survey: in numbers

April 2014

A Fairtrade pioneer from the outset, Green & Black's has thrust what was a niche set of ethical principles into the core of today's mainstream chocolate market. Leigh Stringer finds out how this once tiny start-up led to one of the world's largest chocolate producers making the move to Fairtrade
Commercial waste can be the Cinderella of the waste departmentWhy do so few councils closely scrutinise the budgetary performance of their commercial waste service? Eunomia's Peter Jones finds out why.
For SC Johnson wind power has, in a number of cases, not only helped us to achieve our sustainability objectives, but has proved to be the most commercially viableIn a world of increasingly unaffordable fossil fuels, the business case for renewable energy is undisputable. The trouble is many companies don't know where to start, which is why SB called on SC Johnson's Kelly Semrau to offer some insight into the company's renewable investment projects.
» Leading cultural change through senior leadership
» Keep the lights on with tax reliefs
» A constructive look at tackling building emissions
» Why water issues are now commercially important
» Brand protection: engaging with suppliers for a more ethical supply chain
» Is sustainability getting too clever for its own good?
» Time for change - telling a new sustainability story

April 2011

ERG and Scottish Water have finished work on a major odour treatment facility in Dumfries and Galloway.
Life could have been very different for McDonald's environmental consultant, Peter Schroeder if it hadn't been for the 'stop-gap' job which quickly became a lifelong passion and career.
Is the enforcement of the Water Fittings Regulations a bureaucratic burden or essential to protect and save?
Definitely the latter, says Steve Tuckwell, managing director of the Water Regulations Advisory Scheme
» Building in a better way for recovery
» Terminodour: it’s low on energy, high on efficiency
» Earthsong: urban living the sustainable way
» Nano Knows Best
» Increasing knowledge about taps and samples
» Dig for Victory
» Why Budget changes bode well for water infrastructure

April 2006

Despite the delay of the Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive, a new plant in Middlesbrough is ready to meet its requirements. Tom Idle paid a visit
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. Among the developments this month we see revisions to EU clean water rules with a new
Nuclear power is becoming increasingly safe and attractive, writes Eric Russell. Here he outlines the advances in the technology and its likely future
» Biomass drive for Scotland
» No more dig and dump
» Edie environmental case law summary April 06
» The Environment Business Interview: Going the extra mile at John Lewis.
» The Environment Business Interview - Going the extra mile
» Why is renewable energy use penalised?
» Responsible shopping