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

Take a trip into the past and see what articles were in published in September 2017, 2016, 2013, 2008

September 2017

For Rabinovitch, science-based targets helped to strengthen the business case for the new sustainability strategyAs Mars unveils a new corporate strategy to reduce emissions by 67% by 2050, edie's senior reporter Matt Mace speaks to the company's global director of sustainability Kevin Rabinovitch, to discuss how his team secured a $1bn backing from the company's chief executive.
Eaton and Nissan will install the xStorage Building System in the football stadium’s car park in early 2018Amsterdam ArenA wants to be the most innovative stadium in the world by 2020 and has already utilised numerous sustainability technologies, including the latest installment of old electric vehicles batteries as a storage system, to help with this ambition.
To date, 868 tonnes of coffee has been collected through the initiative to be transformed into biomass pelletsStriking a partnership with coffee waste collectors Bio-Bean enabled Network Rail to make steps in reducing waste at its station, and also got retailers and staff to boost coffee collection to be used for renewable power.
» In practice: University of Northampton's onsite biomass energy centre
» In practice: Stora Enso's cost-effective move to champion cross laminated timber

September 2016

Andrex has a key role to play in engaging employees, customers and consumers to take action on the global sanitation crisisKimberly-Clark's head of sustainability for EMEA Tom Berry explores how some of the world's most intractable development issues, such as increasing access to education and improving sanitation, require effective behaviour change programmes to create real progress.
The Bangladesh Accord was introduced to ensure tragedies like the Rana Plaza building collapse of 2013 don't happen again Three years on from the Rana Plaza tragedy, edie's Matt Mace speaks to the executive director of the Bangladesh Accord Rob Wayss on why the seemingly "slow movement" of improving safety standards in the country shouldn't take away from the "unprecedented progress" shown by willi
The skyline of Sweden's third-largest city, Malmö - where retailers are finding ‘purpose’ and economic growth, beyond shopping and consumptionLow-carbon, resource-efficient retail is the only way forward, but we might also need to dig deeper if we are to find one-planet prosperity. Ahead of Wednesday's Responsible Retail Conference, Mike Townsend explores the real challenges and opportunities - along with evidence of an innovative shift -
» The story of Roermond: How Smurfit Kappa is making the circular economy a reality
» Laying the foundations for a more sustainable built environment

September 2013

One of the UK's leading train operators is looking to forge stronger networks in its sustainable ambitions, to leave a lasting legacy both on and off the tracks. Maxine Perella reports
In the past, it has been all too easy to think of energy efficiency as a chore, a marginal 'upgrade' to existing infrastructure or processes that may save a bit on utility bills in the long run - and a few tons of CO2 or gallons of water for the environment too, says Craig Anderson
Britain's largest family owned cheese maker Wyke Farms plans to lead the "green revolution in grocery" through its 100% green strategy which looks at energy, water and waste issues within the business. Leigh Stringer talks to managing director and third generation family member, Richard Cl
» Environmental policy: making a call on the conferences
» Dieter Helm: EMR will need full review to address issues
» In conversation with UPS' Peter Harris
» In conversation with Bloomberg's Lee Ballin
» In conversation with Bupa's Andrew Smith
» Waste champion lauded as pioneering business woman
» Urban mining aims to redefine waste as an asset

September 2008

Gaining certification for your product under the Quality Compost Protocol scheme need not be a struggle if you know what is required. Katie Owens offers pointers
A US technology for the removal of solids collected in water filtration plants is now available in the UK. Peter Noyce, filtration specialist at GB Municipal, explains
The UK's first plant capable of recycling PET and HDPE plastic bottles back into food grade material has opened for business. Maxine Perella attended the launch
» A broader voice for biowaste
» The Vile Sky Club - a sector profile of the aviation industry
» Zagreb's sewage requires extra care
» Edie Case Law Summary September 2008
» Dairy gets breath of fresh air
» All mouth, no trousers - marketing sustainability strategies
» A lighter shade of green - what does ethical investment entail?