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  • B&M Waste’s ongoing commitment to aiding businesses in recycling more of their waste has led to their latest initiative of recycling paper cups.
  • Claire House Children’s Hospice held its annual Strictly competition on Saturday at The Rum Warehouse, Liverpool, raising over £35,000.

    The 2019 Glitterball trophy was won by Emma Vernon from Wallasey, who danced the waltz with professional dance partner Callam Thomson.

  • Climate resilience has emerged as a key field of practice; however, a concern is that thinking and knowledge of this topic, and most importantly actions are not progressing quickly or purposefully enough for real estate managers to adequately prepare their assets for the potentially perilous shocks and stresses caused by climate change.
  • This brand-new sector insight report provides a comprehensive overview of the steps that organisations within Britain's hospitality and leisure sector can take to achieve a sustainable future, today.
  • B&M Waste Services have partnered up with the prestigious University College Birmingham to help with their quest to segregate and recycle as much waste as possible.

  • This insight report, produced in partnership with UK Power Networks Services, investigates some of the game-changing developments which are driving e- mobility and accelerating the sector forward into the next decade.

  • B&M Waste services have a long-standing tradition of working with local organisations, and this is highlighted by the company’s commitment to continue to sponsor local Rugby side Birmingham Bulldogs for another season.

  • How will the UK's departure from the EU impact energy and sustainability professionals from a policy perspective; and how does that impact change depending on the different possible exit scenarios that remain? edie's Green Brexit Matrix maps out the answers.
  • EXCLUSIVE: With 169 targets and 232 indicators across 17 large-scale sustainability challenges, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are often seen as a communications challenge due to their scope and scale. But by using gamification, Bournemouth University has managed to engage the majority of staff with the vast SDG agenda.
  • Carbon Neutral Waste Management Company, B&M Waste Services, have launched a new waste minimisation campaign- Simple Swaps. B&M Waste’s Simple Swaps outlines some of the basic things we can all do to reduce unnecessary single use items, which we all know are extremely wasteful.

  • As the fruits of the Fourth Industrial Revolution continue to re-shape how business operates, many companies are now turning to digital technologies for all of their energy reduction schemes. But for Tesco, behaviour change will always be a "key" piece of the energy management puzzle.
  • EXCLUSIVE: Following a successful pilot at two races last summer, Lucozade Ribena Suntory (LRS) last week confirmed that it will hand out 30,000 drinks in edible seaweed sachets at this year's London Marathon. But will these events generate lasting changes to consumer behaviour surrounding plastics?

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  • 23-Apr-2019
    16:14
    With Brexit discussions set to resume as MPs return to Parliament after an 11-day Easter break, edie's new podcast mini-series explores the impact of Brexit on key areas of the UK's green economy. Up next: Natural capital.
  • 18-Apr-2019
    12:34
    To mark Fashion Revolution Week 2019, episode 61 of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast sees reporter Sarah George quiz some of the key figures helping to make the fashion sector a more planet-friendly and ethical industry.
  • 16-Apr-2019
    17:09
    With MPs failing to agree on a Withdrawal Agreement ahead of the 29 March deadline, the UK's green economy is continuing to ask questions about when and how we will exit the EU, and what impact this will have on business. edie has therefore launched a new series of podcast episodes exploring what Brexit will really mean for key environmental areas, in under 15 minutes.
  • 03-Apr-2019
    09:23
    Welcome back to the green room - edie's exclusive interview hub for sustainability leaders, brought to you as part of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast. Up next to provide the insights of a leading sustainable business: Pernod Ricard's vice president of global sustainability Vanessa Wright.
  • 22-Mar-2019
    13:58
    Episode 59 of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast sees Matt, Sarah and newcomer James Evison deliver interviews discussing World Water Day, low-carbon buildings and a 12-step plan to improve health and sustainability in the city of Exeter.

 

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