edie feature articles on this day... for November 2013, 2012, 2009, 2004

Take a trip into the past and see what feature articles were in published in November 2013, 2012, 2009, 2004


November 2013

In conversation with Autodesk's Emma Stewart

In this week's 'In conversation', edie speaks to one of the company's leading innovation in 3D design, engineering and software. Autodesk's head of sustainability solutions, Emma Stewart, talks about the next steps in sustainable innovation.

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John Lewis measures up pros of pay-as-you-throw

The John Lewis Partnership is exploring a pay-by-weight model for its waste collection activities in a bid to gather more accurate data that will inform its sustainability strategy

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A year in waste: how did the UK measure up?

Liz Gyekye presents the 2013 waste industry highlights across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland and offers a sneak preview of what's in store for 2014

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November 2012

BIS: Building skills for a green economy

The Green Economy Team at the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS) sets out a clear business case for kitting out a new generation of skilled workers in sustainable resource management

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Is it time to come clean on SRF?

Should solid recovered fuel be reclassified as a product or a fuel? Marcus Brew considers the arguments for and against

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Taking stock of climate change

As long as the Government favours navel-gazing over hard action on climate change, the UK risks becoming a global laughing stock as international targets are missed, says Duncan Everett.

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· Stepping into an ethical future

· The perils of contracting out waste services

· Inspiring Europe to an energy efficient future

· Vancouver's green ambitions

· Checking in for a greener stay



November 2009

Sex, the City and nature

We can trust market economics to reveal the true value of chewing gum and Ferraris - but should take care with more complex matters such as conservation, writes Barrie Clarke

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Pacific islanders call for binding climate agreement

Failure on a Copenhagen Climate Treaty would be a security risk, Pacific islanders have told the UN General Assembly.

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Charging up for the battery regulations

As the first compliance schemes for the batteries directive get underway, Helen Nicholson looks at the directive in more detail and the obligations it imposes

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· Wireless wonders

· It's time for bold action from businesses and world leaders

· Ultrasonics - an accurate and cost-effective solution

· Siemens signs China contract

· Can Scotland zero in on waste?

· Water data on tap

· Leading bodies want proactive approach to tackle flooding



November 2004

Tapping into SAP

As SAP unveils its new emissions management application, Peter McCrum takes a closer look

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Poland tackles its sewer pipe problems

In advance of the 1st International Conference & Exhibition on No-Dig Technology at Kielce University in April, chairman Prof Andrzej Kulickowski reports on the sewerage situation in Poland as the country joins the EU.

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UK too slow to pick up ICM

Integrated Catchment Management is highlighted as a key tool in reducing diffuse pollution and delivering the Water Framework Directive. But whilst the ideas are there, the UK water industry is being too slow in implementing an effective policy, says Dr Mark Shepherd of ADAS Catchment Management.

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· Enhanced cameras improve inspection

· Pipe producer's fire warning about plastic

· Environmental disruption in the Danube

· Building sustainability

· Italians take a chance on new pipe liner

· Looking good and smelling good

· Taking it on