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

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July 2017

MillerCoors is delivering a A supply chain management philosophy built on engagement over enforcement enabled brewer MillerCoors to reduce its water footprint by 17% last year. Here, Matt Mace investigates how the firm has been galvanising the farmer community to create resilient, future-proofed beer supply chains.
Twelve industry experts came together in London to discuss how a sustainability report can effectively produced and disseminated to build trust and maximise engagementSustainability and corporate responsibility managers from a range of businesses across the country recently gathered in London for an exclusive roundtable hosted by edie and DNV GL, which explored the steps required to take sustainability reporting onto the next level.
The transition to a circular economy has the destination mapped out, but the journey is far less clear cutAs waste and resource scarcity issues have an increasing impact on supply chains across the world, edie explores how two circular economy leaders - HP and Philips - are continuing to navigate a complex minefield of challenges in their mission to drive a global resource revolution.
» In practice: Grosvenor's highly sustainable redevelopment of a heritage building
» Test bed: Turning Kigali into Africa's smart cities hub
» In practice: Network Rail's Bermondsey Dive Under biodiversity project


July 2016

There are still murmurs within sustainability departments (which develop into muffled screams in the marketing departments) that sustainability simply can’t do what sex can… sellIn the final part of edie's 'guide-to' series for sustainable professionals, Matt Mace explores how to communicate sustainability to different business departments and consumers, and asks the experts whether it is time to disregard the 'S' word altogether.
Marcela Navarro's Business Cubed has begun work with engine manufacturer Cummins, acting as a “de-risking model” that could open up investment across a variety of green innovation marketsAs a growing number of businesses look to tap into the huge potential of low-carbon innovators and sustainability start-ups to drive internal CSR programmes, Matt Mace talks to the creator of the successful RBS Innovation Gateway as she embarks on a brave new venture to bring even more ready-for-mar
Earthwards recognition is reserved for the company’s most improved products, which must achieve three significant improvements across seven impact areasIt's widely recognised that the healthcare sector has a large and costly environmental footprint. Hospitals in particular account for some of the most energy-intensive facilities, yet many traditionally have been slow to embrace resource efficiency. A study by the University of Chicago found that th


July 2013

Opening the doors to its new holiday village in Woburn Forest next year, Center Parcs has carved out a strong position in the holiday market as one of the UK's most economic and sustainable options, finds Leigh Stringer.
This week we talk to HW Fisher's director of sustainability, Jae Mather, who explains that many people in environmental and sustainability fields may have gained "lofty degrees" but often lack the fundamental practical skills that contribute to a sustainable society.
Water management is fast emerging as a critical issue within the metals and mining sector, whose high dependence on it is now throwing up a number of operational, financial and reputational challenges. Maxine Perella investigates
» Green Deal: are we unrealistically hopeful?
» In conversation with Reckitt Benckiser's Dave Challis
» A winning formula: F1's roadmap to sustainability
» In conversation with Diageo's Michael Alexander
» Does waste need a new language?
» Levelling the playing field
» Creating space for a Better Place at adidas


July 2008

The WEEE Directive has not been without its challenges since being implemented in the UK a year ago. Philip Morton charts its progress to date, and offers some advice for the future
RPS Group is experiencing rapid expansion around the world. So, in a bid to discover the secret behind the success, WET News paid a visit to the managing director of its subsidiary, RPS Water.
A sewer renovation project in the picturesque Peak District is using a new type of HDPE pipe, which folds into a U-shaped profile to reduce its diameter, writes Ian Clarke on behalf of Insituform Technologies
» Herbicides - Europe
» A peek under the cover
» Greener guidance for Ofwat
» Anglian advances in the field
» Environmental Case Law Summary, July 2008
» Schmidt strengthens its stable with Swiss clout
» Edie Environmental Legislation Summary, July 2008