Monthly Archives: August 2013

Blueprint for Carbon Emissions Reduction in the UK Water Industry

The UK water industry is a large consumer of energy and emitter of carbon, much of which is associated with the electricity it uses, though it also makes significant direct emissions. As an industry, it is also well placed to become … Continue reading

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Sporting saves for the Environment

During a recent holiday, I was surprised to see that the Chicago White Sox had a policy for encouraging fans at US Cellular Field to recycle their bottles and cups. The policy states: “Recycling Bring your plastic bottles or cups … Continue reading

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IEMA Response to UK/EU Balance of Competence Review

Following a number of articles on this site and discussions on (Will the UK environment be better inside or outside the European Union? & Environment and climate change ‘audit’ into what the EU does and how it affects the UK.  … Continue reading

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