Edie+ articles on this day... for September 2015, 2014, 2011, 2006

Take a trip into the past and see what articles were in published in September 2015, 2014, 2011, 2006

September 2015

The Islamic Reporting Initiative is the first integrated CSR reporting framework built on Islamic principlesA 'one-size-fits-all' approach to CSR reporting is becoming irrelevant and impractical, writes Daan Elffers, who has launched a new framework to align sustainable business with local principles and values.
From November 30th to December 11th this year, Paris will play host one of the most important climate conferences in the history of mankind. Here's everything you need to know...
The United Nations, European Commission and UK Government have all recently announced key policy themes around waste and resources. The question is, will they complement each other?
» Rugby World Cup 2015: Top 10 sustainability facts...
» Looking towards the next sustainability agenda...
» Social circle - the full benefits of the circular economy


September 2014

The Amager Bakke EfW plant will have a man-made ski slope on its roof. It will be accessible to the public and is due to open in the summer of 2017Imagine going up an 85-metre climbing wall and then imagine viewing an artificial ski slope when you reach the top. Now imagine skiing down that ski slope which happens to rest on top of the roof of a €500m energy-from-waste (EfW) plant. Your imagination is not running wild - this is about to b
There is hope for a return to 'business as usual' in Scotland following the 55% - 44% vote in favour of NOScotland has voted to stay in the United Kingdom after voters decisively rejected independence. What impact, if any, will this have on the nation's renewable energy sector?
Latest polls suggested the result remained too close to call, with a slender lead for a 'NO' voteAhead of the vote to decide Scotland's future as part of - or apart from - the United Kingdom, edie investigates what might happen to the nation's renewable sector if it does strike out as an independent country.
» In Conversation with MillerCoors' Kim Marotta
» 10 steps to tackle climate change AND promote economic growth
» Formula E: Six sustainability facts about all-electric motorsport
» Stopping climate meltdown needs the courage that saved the ozone layer


September 2011

The water industry’s public service ethos is under threat. And that, argues Barrie Clarke of Undercurrent, may not be good news for people or businesses
A new technical specification on measuring moulds in ambient air could have a huge impact on organic waste treatment solutions. Adam Read and Jason Southgate explain why
Latest figures reveal that the waste sector had nine fatalities in 2010-11. Peter Elliott explains how Biffa's municipal division has slashed the number of safety-related incidents
» There's nowt like water
» Compact treatment for 'Venice's Garden'
» Islington goes retro with SUDS
» When the drugs reach the works
» Getting the value out of SUDS
» Meeting the private sewer challenge
» DIY retailers start to shrink packaging and waste


September 2006

Two years ago, a pilot scheme helped one shopping centre to work with its retailers to save energy, waste and water. Now, with momentum building, centres across the UK are benefitting, and their profits are rising. Chris Hodgson reports
A recently completed study into rural water self-help initiatives in Uganda has identified considerable household- and community-level improvements to rural water supplies, and significant potential for encouraging further implementation of self-supply initiatives. Professor Richard Carter of the UK
British Water is launching an accreditation scheme for service engineers on package WwTWs. We look at the reasons behind the two-day residential course, which will cover the regulations governing the plants, treatment processes involved, engineering issues, fault finding, health and safety, and samp
» Sheffield cares for air in its complex city
» Why developers must build in waste planning
» Lessons from History
» Sino-Dutch team develops Yellow River plan
» Yorkshire Water gets good vibes from microgenerator
» Australian reservoir managers take up ARMS
» Mekong modelling project benefits SE Asia