Edie+ articles on this day... for February 2018, 2017, 2014, 2009

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

February 2018

Around 2,000 Energiesprong homes have been completed in the Netherlands, of which around 60% were renovations of existing properties and 40% new buildsA pioneering new pilot project in Nottingham aims to make select households ultra-low carbon and fit for the future by renovating them using the 'Energiesprong' techniques used in the Netherlands.


February 2017

Defra’s long-awaited 25-Year Environment Plan has been delayed by the BRexit vote, leaving uncertainty as to whether environmental protections provided by the EU will be maintainedFrom the delivery of an ambitious 25-Year Environment Plan to the avoidance of ineffective 'zombie legislation', Environmental Industries Commission (EIC) executive director Matthew Farrow outlines the key steps that must be taken by the Government to ensure Britain's exit from the EU will not have
PwC currently recycles or reuses around 85% of the waste it produces, generating £500,000 for the firm annually in the processAs part of edie's engagement month of editorial content, Matt Mace takes a closer look at the innovative behaviour change approaches being adopted by PwC as the professional services firm seeks to mobilise waste reduction efforts of thousands of staff members to deliver a closed-loop organisation.
UK households binned £13bn worth of food in 2015 that could have been eaten, despite the efforts of retailers to crack down on the issue With edie's engagement month in full swing, George Ogleby investigates one of the biggest challenges facing Britain's circular economy transition: consumer engagement on food waste.
» Engagement evolution: 6 exciting trends directing the future of sustainability communications
» In shocking times, corporate sustainability needs to pivot
» edie explores sustainability megatrends: Part 1 - Climate change
» Captivating CSR: How to produce an engaging sustainability report


February 2014

We bring you a run down of the top 10 sustainability facts you need to know about the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
Businesses with forest products in their supply chains have an environmental, economic and ethical obligation to do their part in cutting illegal logging, says APP's Aida Greenbury.
Is the traditional cornerstone of waste minimisation - the waste hierarchy - in need of a fundamental overhaul? Given the phenomenal rise of circular economy thinking in recent years, the waste hierarchy as it stands may no longer be a valid starting point for business. Maxine Perella reports
» Nespresso's Sustainability Challenge: Education holds the key to building a sustainable future
» GALLERY: Behind the scenes at Ben & Jerry's new biodigester
» Natural Capital - the missing piece of the economic jigsaw
» How would the UK's renewable energy market fair if Scotland goes independent?
» Top 50 global green brands - the full list
» Microsoft moves from smart to smarter buildings


February 2009

Responding efficiently to water network failures is all well and good - but is it enough? Dean Stiles discovers how Yorkshire Water is making the culture shift from reactive to proactive, and how using the very latest technology is crucial to its plan.
This is the attitude of ERM's Keryn James, and it reflects the positive actions of her company in these turbulent economic times. Tom Idle met up with the firm's new managing director of UK & Ireland to discuss future challenges, and some of the solutions
WRAP's training programme for local authority recycling managers has gone from strength to strength since its launch, pushing professionals up the skills ladder
» It is better to be safe than sorry
» 'Involving people is critical'
» Bedding down to treat leachate from landfill
» Nuclear: the answer?
» Bell rings in the changes for wheel loaders
» Doctor on call: going direct to the doorstep
» Evolution keeps Huber on toes