edie feature articles on this day... for July 2014, 2013, 2010, 2005

Take a trip into the past and see what feature articles were in published in July 2014, 2013, 2010, 2005


July 2014

Time for waste measurements to get a 'sophisticated' makeover

Carbon-based targets could help drive the circular economy, says Tregent

Is it time for waste measurements to become a little more sophisticated? Chartered environmentalist Mike Tregent thinks so. He outlines why the UK needs to shift from weight-based targets to carbon-based targets for recycling.

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10 reasons to be hopeful that we will overcome climate change

Carbon dioxide concentrations in the atmosphere have been at record levels unseen in over 800,000 years

From action in China and the US to falling solar costs and rising electric car sales, there is cause to be hopeful...

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Is the food chain missing a closed-loop link?

When it comes to food waste, is the thinking rounded or do too many people still picture only a linear model?

The benefits of a circular model are clear when it comes to most waste streams, but how many people consider closing the loop when it comes to food waste? Can food go circular?

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· 10 things you need to know about ESOS

· Taking stock of green business

· Raising the bar: Belu's refreshing take on sustainability

· Cabinet reshuffle: Who are the new green ministers?



July 2013

The Obama effect: will the UK up its climate game?

Credit: Filip Fuxa / Shutterstock.com

If US President Barack Obama continues to make a strong case for climate action, there will be increasing pressure on our own prime minister to follow suit, observes Gareth Kane

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Levelling the playing field

Saracens artificial pitch being laid

When Saracens rugby club set out to produce the most sustainable and energy-efficient stadium in the UK, the plan was to revive, recover and regenerate one of the "green lungs of north London". Saracens rugby club community director Gordon Banks talks to Leigh Stringer about achieving a &q

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A winning formula: F1's roadmap to sustainability

The Vodafone Mclaren Mercedes team at work on the car in the garage

Formula One may not appear to be an inherently sustainable sport, but it is uniquely placed to play a critical role in the definition, development and implementation of new automotive and technological solutions. In fact, its very ethos means it not only occupies a place within sustainable culture,

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· Turning the resource revolution into a reality

· Green Deal: are we unrealistically hopeful?

· The future looks bright - as long as it's circular

· A chance for WRAP to shape its own destiny

· A rounded approach to managing sustainable development

· The sustainable systems thinker: Interview with Sally Uren

· Creating space for a Better Place at adidas



July 2010

Amtreat: the cost-effective solution

A Kent wastwater treatment works has benefited from a dedicated activated sludge process from ACWA.

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Mouchel’s new RI boss confident about future

Tom Rowe has been named as the new managing director of Mouchel's Regulated Industries business stream, which provides design and operational management services to private and public organisations regulated by the Government in the water, energy, and environment sectors.

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How to grow and go with the flow

Neil Riding examines how waste flow modelling and the WRATE tool can help smaller contractors invest in and develop the right solutions

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· Plymouth swingos into action

· Breakfast cereal maker backs tree planting

· 'We want to go bigger and faster - it's never enough'

· A bumpy ride ahead

· Fine times ahead

· Mott helps with upgrade

· AD chance mustn't be wasted



July 2005

Change is a foot

Zoltan Zavody, strategy manager at the Energy Saving Trust, examines how sustainable planning plays a crucial role in the development of sustainable communities.

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Forthcoming cases

A number of communities from across the Niger Delta, have filed a legal action, against the Nigerian government, the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation and the Shell, Exxon, Chevron, Total and Agip joint venture companies in order to bring a stop to the practice of gas flaring.

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The manufacturing factor


The IWEX Report, commissioned by the organisers of this year's biggest water industry event (Birmingham NEC, 18-20 October), casts an interesting light on the relationship between manufacturing and water

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· Municipal strategies

· Change is afoot!

· Reasons to be cheerful

· Case C-132/03 Reference for a preliminary ruling in the Codacons case

· C&C: On climate change, the G8 has the chance to make history, not poverty.

· Case C-6/04 Commission v United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

· Schmidt UK launches quieter compact & new HotJet