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Leading businesses now connect sustainability not just with being 'green', but with being a proactive force for good in a globalised economy.Read more
British Summer Time means one thing to tens of thousands across the country: festival season. But how are this year's big events attempting to green-up the party experience?Read more
With deadline day for entry to the 2015 Sustainability Leaders Awards closing on Thursday (30 July), we take a closer look at the outstanding energy efficiency initiative from the University of Reading that won over last year's judges.Read more
The advent of sustainable strategy continues to have an unprecedented impact on the stock market. Today, the environmental policy of a business and future energy forecasts are a vital consideration for financiers in determining just how investable a company is. Schneider Electric's Richard Badham inRead more
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.Read more
From action in China and the US to falling solar costs and rising electric car sales, there is cause to be hopeful...Read more
The next phases of London's Low Emission Zone are less than seven months away. Mike Galey argues that specialist vehicle operators should act now to avoid paying the price of non-complianceRead more
Lord Redesdale talks to Nick Warburton on how the Anaerobic Digestion & Biogas Association is pushing to remove the regulatory hurdles facing ADRead more
Nick Martin, is Managing Director, EMEA, Hara Software, a leader in energy and environmental management.Read more
With greenhouse gases now almost synonymous with carbon dioxide in everyday usage, it is easy to forget that CO2 only accounts for 60% of climate warming and that climate is part of a complex earth-atmosphere system. Cambridge University climate change researcher Peter Braesicke tells Goska RomanowiRead more
Pulsonic Technologies has completed another Greencore bacterial waste treatment plant.
The company believes that in some cases the use of a chemical to treat a chemical is not the best environmentally-friendly solution.
A court case which examines the legal status of clean fuel oil highlight the notorious difficulty in coming up with a concrete definition of what counts as waste.Read more