Edie+ articles on this day... for October 2006, 2005, 2002, 1997

Take a trip into the past and see what articles were in published in October 2006, 2005, 2002, 1997

October 2006

Global warming means algal blooms can only increase. Tom Hall of the WRc Group reports on the latest research into treatment programmes
In this month's special report we focus on the often overlooked issue of energy efficiency as the cost-effective path to cutting carbon emissions, both in the West and across the developing world.
With 25,000 new homes being built over the next 20 years, the north Kent region of the Thames Gateway is a huge project. Tom Idle met up with Paul Williams, the man who will ensure the environment is considered at all stages of the development
» Austria told to tighten controls on accidents waiting to happen
» Targeting efficiency
» Taking hold of sewage sludge
» Blazing the trail
» Boxes or bins? The kerbside safety debate
» Public reality check
» Leak-solving the Smart way

October 2005

Steve began his sustainability career at Hammerson and has now been with the BBC for almost four yearsThis 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: Steve Burgess, sustainability manager at the BBC.
Tetra Pak utilises an array of onsite renewables solutions to lower carbon impacts Welcome back to edie's new editorial series which breaks down exactly how businesses are turning the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) into action. Up next: multinational food packaging firm Tetra Pak unveils how it is protecting futures by championing actions to mitigate climate change.
(L-R): Presenter Giraffe Innovation’s co-founder Rob
Holdway; Encore’s David Davis and Dave Barraclough; and
compere Rufus Hound
With entries soon closing for edie's revamped 2019 Sustainability Leaders Awards, this new feature series will showcase the achievements of the 2018 winners, revealing their secrets to success. Up next: our 2018 Sustainability Product Innovation winners, Encore Cistern.
» Commission wins powers to force prosecution of eco-offenders
» Meet the Sustainability Leader: Royal Mail, Carbon Management 2018
» Net-zero cities: Nottingham's mission to be carbon-neutral by 2028
» What will be the impact of proposed new rules for taxation of leased plant and machinery?
» Meet the Sustainability Leader: Consultancy - Forster Communications
» Servitisation and social media storytelling: How retailers are approaching sustainability in 2020
» Meet the Sustainability Leader: Brau Union Österreich AG - Energy Management

October 2002

Figure1: aerial view of former Shilbottle Colliery siteCL:AIRE, an organisation established to demonstrate remediation research and technologies on contaminated sites, continues to attract innovative projects to its portfolio. Paul Beck, chief executive of CL:AIRE, highlights a few.
Clinical waste remains one of the main areas of concern in the environmental sector as potential risks in operations such as composting also come under scrutiny. LAWE reports on the widening role of health and safety within the waste industry
Jason Rayfield examines how participation in the UK Emissions Trading Scheme can help companies to cost-effectively reduce their greenhouse gas emissions in line with the Kyoto Protocol.
» Enhance company profits
» Save energy through cunning control
» Firsts for second city
» Industry's contamination battlefield
» Fleet management systems keep track of costs
» Key to sustaining performance
» Recycling drive opens up new solutions

October 1997