Edie+ articles on this day... for August 2014, 2013, 2010, 2005

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

August 2014

Students take part in social media recycling campaignA '#RubbishSelfie' campaign, a golden tag initiative and engaging with religious leaders are just some of the ways that the Greater Manchester Waste Disposal Authority (GMWDA) is communicating with its 'hard-to-reach' communities to increase levels of recycling and prevent waste. GMWDA's Clare Stand
Charlotte Morton wants to see more AD plants in the UKAs chief executive of the Anaerobic Digestion & Biogas Association (ADBA), Charlotte Morton is at the heart of a team pushing the organisation's plan to help remove the barriers to growth currently faced by the industry and to promote the benefits of AD. She speaks to Liz Gyekye about ADBA's cha
Is fracking for shale gas key for the UK's long term energy mix, or is it a recipe for environmental disaster?Many decades ago, Albert Einstein said that 'Everything is Energy and Energy is everything". This claim is still very true as we look at the impact of energy as a source on our modern society today.
» Leader interview: Environment Agency chairman Lord Chris Smith
» Green sky thinking: Six truly amazing renewable ideas
» Recycling: What to do to encourage the wrong behaviour?
» The circular economy needs to find the middle ground
» Green Deal: Success or failure?
» A brighter future: using solar power to tackle the water crisis in Ethiopia
» Lessons learned: using GRI's G4 reporting guidelines

August 2013

Just a month before the triennial General Assembly of the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) has produced a white paper stating that emissions reduction and sector offsetting is both achievable and affordable, and perhaps sooner than first projecte
New requirements, under the EU's Energy Efficiency Directive, are expected to improve the way in which companies manage their energy usage. Freight Transport Association's (FTA) Rachael Dillon, explains why the voluntary approach to carbon reduction may be a better strategy
It's time for the major food retailers to open up and reveal in granular detail how much food is being wasted across their supply chains - Tristram Stuart puts his point of view across to Maxine Perella
» In conversation with Whitbread's Chris George
» Zero waste: why just be less bad?
» In conversation with the Institute for Sustainability's Terry McGivern
» UPS: en route to a fuel efficient future
» In conversation with TUI Travel's James Whittingham
» Asda: sustainability through the eyes of the consumer
» In Deep Water: How technology can localise and restore urban water infrastructure

August 2010

Transport and logistics firm Stobart Group has teamed up with a leading biomass provider in a new venture that looks to capitalise on the growing renewables market
The Floods and Water Management Act (FWMA) places emphasis on flood risk management, rather than defence to help protect urban areas from extreme rainfall events. Dr Jason Shingleton explains what it will mean in practice.
The government wants to take back control of large-scale infrastructure decisions. But, asks Dean Stiles, is it just playing politics with the planning system?
» Does the Government have the political will to change direction on UK energy policy?
» Skills shortage fears as jobs are slashed
» Big projects, big worries
» Electromagnetic wonder
» Scottish privatisation ruled out
» New flood and water management act to hit farmers
» Sustainable journey begins

August 2005

Alpha Environmental Systems won the prestigious Innovation Award for Technology at the ICU Exhibition 2005 held at the NEC in Birmingham in May,in recognition of the company's carrying out the first successful chemical oxidation remediation at a domestic property in the UK. At this particular si

English Partnerships, the national regeneration agency, has reported a year of significant progress with a 46 % increase in its programme receipts and an 18% increase in its investment development programme over the year.
Despite the trend towards mechanised sludge disposal, LAS International has made a success of doing it nature's way
» Royal opening seals success of Hampshire waste policy
» Current affairs
» Digesting change
» Case C- 364/03, Commission v Greece
» Denitrification filtering
» Best overall reputation in consultancy sector
» Is small beautiful for CSR?