How Coca-Cola is engaging policymakers and the public to combat plastics pollution
CCS plants to be operational by mid-2020s, says taskforce
At least two CCS (carbon capture storage) plants should be up and running by the mid-2020s, the government has been told by the force that it established to spur the development of the technology.
Liverpool to use blockchain technology to become world's first climate-positive city
Liverpool City Council has announced a new partnership with a blockchain platform company to offset more than 110% of its carbon emissions, with the city announcing its bid to become the world's first climate-positive city by the end of 2020.
One week left to register for edie's Power Hour SDG webinar
Sustainability experts from BT, the British Retail Consortium (BRC), the UK Stakeholders for Sustainable Development (UKSSD) and DNV GL are all set to feature in a live edie webinar focused on business engagement with the SDGs, taking place next Thursday on 26 July.
Meat and dairy firms 'majorly overlooked climate culprits'
The livestock sector could consume up to 80% of the planet's greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2050 if the growth of the global meat and dairy industry continues.
30-minute masterclass: Seven tips to influence the board on a sustainability strategy
During a 30-minute masterclass webinar hosted by edie last week, Cranfield University's module leader for Managing Corporate Responsibility, Rosina Watson, outlined the key skills needed to promote a sustainability strategy at board level. Here, edie rounds up the key points.
Unlocking the Internet of Things revolution: edie launches free guide for businesses
Organisations seeking to capitalise on the sustainability benefits offered by the Internet of Things (IoT) now have access to a new edie Explains guide which breaks down everything you need to know about deploying IoT technology across your operations.
IEA warns of 'worrying trend' as global investment in renewables falls
The world's energy watchdog has sounded the alarm over a "worrying" pause in the shift to clean energy after global investment in renewables fell 7% to $318bn (£240bn) last year.