edie feature articles on this day... for December 2018, 2017, 2014, 2009

Take a trip into the past and see what feature articles were in published in December 2018, 2017, 2014, 2009


December 2018



December 2017

In practice: AccorHotels' new project targeting BREEAM excellent certification

Ahead of edie's flagship Sustainability Leaders Awards in January, edie is taking a closer look at some of the projects initiatives that have been deemed worthy of a finalist position by our expert judges. Up next: AccorHotels' new London hotel.

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December 2014

Cutting deforestation: A business imperative

With a number of rainforest conservation pledges being made at the recent climate talks in Lima, Aida Greenbury from Asia Pulp & Paper believes businesses must act on these commitments to end deforestation.

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Edie explains: MCERTS

The Environment Agencies Monitoring Certification Scheme (MCERTS) is designed to ensure that potential polluters are monitoring their emissions effectively. But how exactly does the Scheme work?

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Forward thinking: 10 futuristic ideas we'd LOVE to see developed in 2015

What will the future of energy look like? Will we all be driving cars powered by solar energy from space, living in wind-powered homes and working in waste-powered offices?

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· Spaceflight sustainability: Houston, we have a (pollution) problem

· Defining zero-carbon: Government's golden opportunity

· Solar subsidies: Paving the way for a support-free future



December 2009

Stay in Copenhagen until you seal a deal, leaders urged

Nelson Muffuh, Christian Aid's senior climate advocacy adviser, today urged heads of state and government meeting in Copenhagen to show leadership now while there is still time - and come up with a fair, ambitious and binding (FAB) deal on climate change.

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Ostara wins major US contract

OSTARA NUTRIENT Recovery Technologies, the Vancouver company whose technology enables wastewater treatment plants to recover nutrients from wastewater and recycle them into an environmentally-safe fertiliser, has won its third major commercial contract in the US, at the Virginia-based Nansemond Wast

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Challenges should not 'delay AMP5'

The start of AMP5 next April must not be delayed even if water companies challenge Ofwat's final determination, British Water has warned.

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· Designs for life

· Environmental professionals flag up human cost of climate change

· Downpours, then delays?

· SCA Recycling broadens its paper wings

· Denmark, climate summit host, tops wind power table

· Bakewell proves the perfect start

· WWF backs African calls for Kyoto-style agreement