Report: England loses £600m a year on waste crime
England is losing out on £604m a year due to the damage caused by illegal waste operators on the legitimate waste industry, new research has found.
UK litter set for Spring clean as fly-tipping woes emerge
Ahead of Keep Britain Tidy's annual Spring Clean event, the charity has called for action to be taken to combat "disturbing" levels of fly-tipping across the UK.
Sustainable Business Covered podcast: Episode 02 - Monkey dating and the 'S' word
Listen to an exclusive interview with The Body Shop's director of corporate responsibility and go behind the scenes at edie's Sustainability Communications Conference in this second episode of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast.
World green building trends 2016
For green building to accelerate globally, building industry professionals require the latest data and trends to inform their decisions. The World Green Building Trends 2016 Study.
London adopts re-use hubs to tackle waste issues
Five new reuse hubs have been planted across various housing estates in London that will collect, refurbish and redistribute unwanted furniture, as part of a community engagement scheme to tackle the root causes of fly-tipping.
Solar subsidies: Paving the way for a support-free future
Following a recent report which revealed solar power could prosper without subsidies in Britain as early as 2020, Simon Baggaley from Enphase Energy explains how and why solar PV is moving towards a subsidy-free future.
Circular Economy Snapshot: Super Large Organisation
Unlock the potential of the circular economy for your business. The edie Circular Economy Snapshots offer businesses of all sizes an outline of the specific opportunities, challenges and tools needed in order to deliver the benefits of a more circular business model.
Pickles reiterates stance on weekly bin collections
Communities Secretary Eric Pickles has reiterated his stance on weekly bin collections and claimed that the previous Labour Government ignored the electorate by focusing on fortnightly collections.
Stopping climate meltdown needs the courage that saved the ozone layer
Governments dither on the solution to global warming - but the Montreal protocol is a reminder of a time when they took their hands out of their pockets.