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

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

July 2018



July 2017

The transition to a circular economy has the destination mapped out, but the journey is far less clear cutAs waste and resource scarcity issues have an increasing impact on supply chains across the world, edie explores how two circular economy leaders - HP and Philips - are continuing to navigate a complex minefield of challenges in their mission to drive a global resource revolution.
The £50m Bermondsey Dive Under project required a collaborative approach between client, designers and contractorsNetwork Rail's infrastructure project received CEEQUAL Excellent Whole Team Award of 96.6%, having increased biodiversity in the area by 113%. The score is currently the highest that has been achieved by a completed project on the £7bn Thameslink expansion programme.
MillerCoors is delivering a A supply chain management philosophy built on engagement over enforcement enabled brewer MillerCoors to reduce its water footprint by 17% last year. Here, Matt Mace investigates how the firm has been galvanising the farmer community to create resilient, future-proofed beer supply chains.
» In practice: Grosvenor's highly sustainable redevelopment of a heritage building
» Test bed: Turning Kigali into Africa's smart cities hub
» Sustainability reporting: 10 steps to build trust and increase engagement


July 2014

Business owners can now visualise energy and sustainability with all-in-one energy management systemsThe advent of sustainable strategy continues to have an unprecedented impact on the stock market. Today, the environmental policy of a business and future energy forecasts are a vital consideration for financiers in determining just how investable a company is. Schneider Electric's Richard Badham in
Rudd, Truss and Hancock all face conflicts between their new ministerial responsibilities and their previous constituency workThe UK's new energy and environment ministers opposed green energy: Matthew Hancock called for cuts to wind power subsidies while Liz Truss claimed renewable power was damaging the economy.
Karen Lynch: Ethical water brand Belu started out with a simple idea: that there is a better way to do business by minimising environmental impact and investing all profits in ending water poverty. Ten years on, Luke Nicholls investigates how the not-for-profit social enterprise is using its sustainable ethos to
» Is the food chain missing a closed-loop link?
» 10 reasons to be hopeful that we will overcome climate change
» 10 things you need to know about ESOS
» Time for waste measurements to get a 'sophisticated' makeover


July 2009

Investment in flood defences needs to double by 2035 to cope with global warming. As a result, contractors will see plenty of opportunities to maintain and build flood defences. Dean Stiles reports.
Contractors have welcomed two new Environment Agency reports, which show that annual spend on building and maintaining flood defences must double to £1B a year by 2035 to meet the increased risk of coastal erosion and flooding.
Newly-elected members of European Parliament should put water stress at the top of their agenda, British Water has urged in response to forecasters predicting a hot, dry summer for Britain, which could lead to hosepipe bans for tens of millions of people.
» What gets inspected gets done
» Mapping by Mott MacDonald helps Lincs manage tidal flood risks
» Severn Trent gets biological
» Unique renewable energy source upgrade
» City heights: the urban food waste dilemma
» EA told to fill 'big gaps' in RBM plans
» Is bigger better for water and sewerage capital programmes?