edie feature articles on this day... for September 2019, 2018, 2015, 2010

Take a trip into the past and see what feature articles were in published in September 2019, 2018, 2015, 2010


September 2019

Meet the Sustainability Leader: Rising Star, Charlie Jardine

(L-R) Presenter Sarah George, reporter, edie, Charlie Jardine and compere Michaela Strachan

With entries now open for edie's Sustainability Leaders Awards 2020, this new feature series showcases the achievements of the 2019 winners and reveals their secrets to success. Up next: The winner of our Rising Sustainability Star award, Charlie Jardine.

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Meet the Sustainability Leader: Low-carbon Product Innovation, Mitsubishi Electric

(L-R) Presenter Mike Pitts, interim challenge director, Innovate UK, Mitsubishi Electric’s Marc Overson and compere Michaela Strachan

With entries now open for edie's Sustainability Leaders Awards 2020, this new feature series showcases the achievements of the 2019 winners and reveals their secrets to success. Up next: The winner of our Low-carbon Product Innovation award, Mitsubishi Electric.

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Meet edie's 30 Under 30 class of 2019: Iona Neilson, Formula E

After beginning her sustainability career in the food-to-go sector, Iona stepped into the world of Motorsports last year

This new series profiles the members of edie's 30 Under 30 - a nomination-based community of 30 hugely talented young sustainability and energy professionals who have already achieved great things or are showing fantastic promise. Next up: Iona Neilson, sustainability executive at Formula E.

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September 2018



September 2015

Social circle - the full benefits of the circular economy

Reuse offers tremendous social value - because of this, it could act as a useful lever to secure public buy-in for a more transformative resource agenda, argues Craig Anderson.

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Rugby World Cup 2015: Top 10 sustainability facts...

When thinking of rugby in all its grandeur and glory, you probably imagine 30 15-stone men crashing into each other creating hulking piles of mud and flesh. You probably don't imagine these men worrying about solar panels or leaving TVs on standby.

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edie explains: COP21 Paris Climate Conference

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...

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· Is it perfect policy timing for waste?

· Islamic Reporting Initiative: Aligning local culture with CSR

· Looking towards the next sustainability agenda...



September 2010

Digesting the benefits

Councils considering using anaerobic digestion will need to give some thought as to who will prosper from its outputs. Adam Davidson and Ben Sheppard explain

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Cat has got the purrfect solution for misting needs

Misting systems are a great way to minimise obnoxious odours. And for odour control specialist EC Chemical Productions, there’s no better system for generating the necessary mist than Cat Pumps’ high pressure plunger pumps.

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How to put a stop to contaminated water

The UK’s crumbling drainage network is struggling to cope with changing weather patterns. More must be done to prevent hazardous backflow flooding in homes and commercial properties, says Chris Ricketts.

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· The key to locking valves

· Pump renovation project’s a Hull of an achievement

· Local Authorities face huge liabilities from landfills

· Ofwat goes under Defra microscope

· CRC registrations looms: manage your carbon or face the consequences

· Unlocking the carbon power of biochar

· Sewer much easier CCTV