Edie+ articles on this day... for June 2017, 2016, 2013, 2008

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

June 2017

PwC's central London office, which was recently refurbished to BREEAM 'outstanding' standards. Photo: PwCWith technological advances having an unprecedented impact on business operations, accountancy firm PwC has published a new responsible technology policy, setting out commitments and actions to ensure society can reap the benefits of the 'Fourth Industrial Revolution'.
From CFO to CSR: Christine Hodgson's move from finance to CSR has given her a unique insight into how to secure buy-in for sustainability projectsEXCLUSIVE: Global IT consultancy Capgemini has appointed its former chief financial officer, Christine Hodgson, as its head of group corporate social responsibility. edie took the opportunity to sit down with the new promotee to discuss the key challenge of securing funding for sustainability projec
sustainability and energy management experts from manufacturing firms across the country came together to discuss the potential solutions to some of the biggest challenges facing the sectorSustainability and energy management experts from some of the world's biggest businesses recently gathered in London for an exclusive roundtable hosted by edie and British Gas, to explore the role of the manufacturing sector in shaping the future of energy.
» We Are the Oceans: a new way to educate consumers on plastic waste
» Driving change: How can businesses increase efficiency for a greener fleet?
» In practice: Canary Wharf Group's closed-loop Clean Coffee Zone
» Test bed: Scaling up a world-first recycling solution for MDF

June 2016

Step-by-step approach: the construction and operation of the built environment currently accounts for more than 60% of UK materials consumption and one third of all wasteThe circular economy makes complete sense for short-lived consumer products, but can it really work for something as enduring and complex as a building? David Cheshire, sustainability director at engineering firm AECOM, provides an answer.
BT is beginning to unleash the willingness of the public to combat climate change through ambitious CSR goalsedie's Matt Mace talks to BT's head of sustainable business policy Gabrielle Giner on how the company's customer-centric carbon reduction commitment is influenced by a flexible and highly innovative supply chain.
Gold-diggers: Sustainability professionals need to know exactly how to approach their board, and must be able to present a compelling case for investment In this three-part 'guide to' series for sustainability professionals, edie asks the experts about how to overcome major challenges and seize hidden opportunities on the path to driving green business. First up: the daunting task of getting the board on-board.
» Climate Take Back: Inside Interface's bold new mission to reverse climate change
» Decoupling emissions from economic growth: the Interserve success story
» Lighting the match: A guide to employee engagement and behaviour change

June 2013

The dust is still settling on G4, the GRI's latest update to its sustainability reporting framework that was announced at the GRI Global Conference in Amsterdam last week. But how will this latest version affect business, asks John Hsu.
Street units encourage residents to recycleThe central London authority is unique in the challenges it faces managing its waste and recycling. Nick Warburton reports
edie talks to mining giant Anglo-American's head of sustainable development & energy Samantha Hoe-Richardson on the importance of demonstrating that "green equals efficient and resilient" and that sustainability professionals must get connected with the commercial challenges fac
» In conversation with Legal & General's Debbie Hobbs
» UKIP's Nigel Farage on wind farms, global warming and Charles Darwin
» Can cradle-to-cradle go global?: Interview with Walter Stahel
» In conversation with M&S' Mike Barry and Adam Elman
» In conversation with Eurostar's Peter Bragg
» Isn't it about time waste was kept closer to home?
» Why BT's Net Good scheme could answer calls to tackle climate change

June 2008

A recent ECJ case on the Ship-source Pollution Directive has highlighted the interface between international and EC law.
Steve Cupples gives the lowdown on a filtration system that, he says, will extend membrane lifespan and, because it uses less chemicals in the process, is kinder to the environment.
The very best in the business got together at the Water Industry Achievement Awards last month. It was a night of laughter, which recognised the wealth of talent the country has to offer
» How to pick the right impeller
» Laying the foundations for constructive debate
» Environmental Case Law Summary, June 2008
» Waste wood: branching out into biomass
» Knowing the rules of the road
» Odour
» Best of the West Unite