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12 Dec 2013
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Healthy Seas project recovers waste from the sea
Marine litter recycling project, the Healthy Seas initiative, has recovered 20...
Actions speak louder
Now that the term ‘circular economy’ is engrained in industry rhetoric, it’s...
Ship Recycling Regulations agreed
EU approves new Ship Recycling Regulations, but green groups say the law will...
Mankind is causing global warming, says IPCC
The theory of man-made climate change is ’95 per cent likely’, finds the Inter Governmental Panel on Climate Change.
Sense of Security
We’ve always known that many of earth’s riches are finite, but now we’re really starting to feel the pinch. Libby Peake learns how governments and businesses are dealing...
Tricks of the Trade
As the EU announces it is to withhold millions of carbon credits from the market, Annie Reece explores the quandary of carbon trading
Scottish Government releases new carbon statistics
Scotland’s carbon footprint has fallen by 19 per cent since the new administration has been in power, a new report finds.
Unilever launches sustainable entrepreneur award
Unilever launches £169,000 award to encourage young entrepreneurs to develop sustainable products, services or applications.
Europe recycles 71.7 per cent of paper
Europe recycled a ‘remarkable’ 71.7 per cent of its paper in 2012, the European Recovered Paper Council announces.
Going round in circles
People, governments and businesses are waking up to the fact that we can’t go on using so many resources, and the idea of a ‘circular economy’ is being touted as the...
Reuse and remanufacturing key to resource security
Reuse and remanufacture ‘key’ to resource security, but government must ‘act now’, warns Circular Economy Task Force.
EU votes to cap biofuels from food crops
MEPs have approved a cap on biofuel production from ‘traditional’ food crops to accelerate the switch to ‘advanced biofuels’.
EC strengthens Waste Shipment Regulations
European Commission sets out stronger legislation on waste shipment inspections to crack down on illegal activities.
EU challenges Russia over vehicle recycling fee
European Union brings World Trade Organisation case against Russia over its ‘recycling fee’ for vehicles.
President Obama unveils Climate Action Plan
President Obama unveils the US’s first Climate Action Plan, which includes limits on industrial carbon emissions.
News in Brief
Sea lions showcase recycling, Gunter Pauli appointed Chairman of Novamont Spa, Redeem partnership with O2 pays out £50 million and more
Circular Economy 100 Annual Summit
Academics and business leaders discuss moving to a circular economy at first annual Circular Economy 100 Summit.
Businesses commit to SCAP 2020 Commitment
Twenty-two companies pledge to reduce carbon, waste and water footprints for Sustainable Clothing Action Plan 2020.
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