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
From dangerous levels of pollution to unpredictable rain patterns and drought, the impacts of climate change already being felt, but solutions are availableKicking off edie's new series of thought-leadership articles on the global impact of megatrends. The Climate Group's corporate partnerships director Mike Peirce explores how climate change is radically changing the way we do business.
David Bent chaired edie's 2017 Sustainability Leaders Forum at the Business Design Centre in London on 25-26 JanuaryFresh from chairing edie's Sustainability Leaders Forum last week, sustainable business advisor David Bent shares his three key insights from the event, which brought together ambitious professionals to discuss transformational change.
» Going Circular: PwC's staff engagement success story
» Captivating CSR: How to produce an engaging sustainability report
» Engagement evolution: 6 exciting trends directing the future of sustainability communications
» Consumer engagement: Fitting the final piece of the food waste puzzle

February 2014

Making scoops, closing loops: Edie visited the Ben & Jerry's factory in the NetherlandsBen & Jerry's has become the first ice cream company in the world to power its factory using its own ice cream. Edie took a trip to the company's European factory in the Netherlands to take a closer look at 'The Chunkinator'.
We bring you a run down of the top 10 sustainability facts you need to know about the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
Stuart Stones is a founding partner of business lawa firm Ratio LawOn 18 September, Scots will vote on whether they want to stay united with the rest of Britain or become an independent nation. But with the countdown to vote day well underway, there are questions arising around what will happen to the UK's renewable sector if Scotland does go independent. Ratio Law
» Cutting down on illegal logging through supply chain controls
» Has the waste hierarchy had its day?
» Microsoft moves from smart to smarter buildings
» Nespresso's Sustainability Challenge: Education holds the key to building a sustainable future
» Natural Capital - the missing piece of the economic jigsaw
» Top 50 global green brands - the full list

February 2009

For a more sustainable method of treating landfill leachate, it may be wise to investigate the benefits of reed bed technology, argues Patrick Hawes
Recycling must be accessible to everyone if waste policies are going to be taken seriously. One waste contractor has taken a proactive approach by sending out a waste doctor to boost recycling in parts of London
Juliet Davenport,CEO of energy supplier Good Energy, on Ofgem's publication of guidelines on green erngy supply.
» Concrete pipes are a tough option for the tough times
» 'Involving people is critical'
» Eversheds comment: UK cuts carbon dioxide emissions by 1.5%
» Interview: Are Internet businesses going green?
» Made to give plastics the blues
» Wembley's waste goes underground
» Analysis: Ecological Risk Assessment