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

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

June 2017

Sustainable manufacturing roundtable: Turning challenges into opportunities

Sustainability 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.

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Bridging the gap: How Capgemini's new CSR head has gained valuable insight into boardroom buy-in

EXCLUSIVE: 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

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In practice: Canary Wharf Group's closed-loop Clean Coffee Zone

With the Canary Wharf Estate welcoming almost a million visitors every week, site owner Canary Wharf Group has seized upon an opportunity to ignite a resource revolution. Through the creation of closed-loop 'Clean Coffee Zone', coffee-related waste is now recycled and turned into new resources.

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· We Are the Oceans: a new way to educate consumers on plastic waste

· In practice: PwC's new programme to drive responsible technology

· Test bed: Scaling up a world-first recycling solution for MDF

· Driving change: How can businesses increase efficiency for a greener fleet?

June 2016

Decoupling emissions from economic growth: the Interserve success story

With a number of global reports recently highlighting that national carbon reductions are being achieved while economies are growing, one of Britain's biggest construction firms is proving that sustainability and profitability can also go hand-in-hand for businesses.

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Lighting the match: A guide to employee engagement and behaviour change

In the second part of edie's 'guide-to' series for sustainability professionals, Matt Mace asks the experts about how to overcome major challenges and seize otherwise unobtainable opportunities that present themselves when igniting behaviour change throughout an organisation.

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The demands of supply: How BT's customer-focused carbon commitments rest in the hands of suppliers

edie'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.

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· Climate Take Back: Inside Interface's bold new mission to reverse climate change

· Into the Dragon's Den: A guide to boardroom buy-in on sustainability

· Building Revolutions: Designing a circular economy for the built environment

June 2013

Westminster takes waste solution to the streets

The central London authority is unique in the challenges it faces managing its waste and recycling. Nick Warburton reports

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In conversation with M&S' Mike Barry and Adam Elman

Marks & Spencer's Mike Barry and Adam Elman reveal why they are looking to internationalise the retailer's Plan A strategy and how the circular economy is set to revolutionise the economy.

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In conversation with AkzoNobel's Chris Cook

AkzoNobel's Chris Cook tells edie how the difficult economic climate is actually driving better use of resources and that innovation on its own isn't enough to revolutionise the economy "we also need to create a mindset change".

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· In conversation with Eurostar's Peter Bragg

· Can cradle-to-cradle go global?: Interview with Walter Stahel

· In conversation with Anglo American's Samantha Hoe-Richardson

· Isn't it about time waste was kept closer to home?

· Is GRI's sustainability reporting framework G4 too ambitious for business?

· UKIP's Nigel Farage on wind farms, global warming and Charles Darwin

· Why BT's Net Good scheme could answer calls to tackle climate change

June 2008

Where the work is

The economic crisis is decimating workforces around the world. But, out of the blackness, a huge demand is growing for climate change and carbon-reduction services. And with this comes new jobs - as the government aims to create a green economy that will pull us out of the recession, writes John Hav

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Laying the foundations for constructive debate

Walls may come tumbling down at CIWM's annual conference this year, with an agenda built around construction and demolition waste

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European Court of Justice - preliminary rulings

The European Court was asked, by a court in France, whether the directive, establishing the greenhouse gas emissions trading scheme, breached the principle of equality laid down in the EU Treaty insofar as the directive makes the greenhouse gas emission trading scheme applicable to installations in

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· A drop of the good stuff

· Edie Environmental Legislation Summary, June 2008

· European Court of Justice - Compliance

· Taking technology on board

· The big squeeze

· There's no business like show business

· Oh, what a night...