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UK Dairy Industry Reduced GHGs 24% since 2008; Also Boosted Efficiency & Saved Water

UK Dairy Industry Reduced GHGs 24% since 2008; Also Boosted Efficiency & Saved Water

The UK dairy industry has reduced GHG emissions associated with milk production by 24%, improved water efficiency by nearly 24% and boosted energy efficiency by 18%, according to Dairy UK’s Dairy Roadmap. Overall, UK dairy farmers seem to be serious about environmental responsibility, with 70% of them currently taking action to … Read more »

Partnership Hopes to Develop – and Drive Adoption of – More Sustainable Nylon

Partnership Hopes to Develop – and Drive Adoption of – More Sustainable Nylon

H&M and 11 other companies have come together in an effort dubbed Project Effective, a collaboration meant to produce more sustainable fibers and plastics for commercial use – and to increase adoption of sustainable materials – by using renewable feedstocks and bio based technologies. One of the key objectives of Project Effective is to develop a more sustainable nylon.

Announcing the Winners of the EL Product & Project of the Year Awards

Announcing the Winners of the EL Product & Project of the Year Awards

Environmental Leader is honored to announce the winners of the Environmental Leader Product & Project Awards. The Award winners were celebrated at a gala awards party during the Environmental Leader & Energy Manager Conference in Denver. The Judges’ Choice winners were announced at the same time. See the award winners here.

GM Sustainability Head: Challenges, Initiatives & ‘Where We Go From Here’

GM Sustainability Head: Challenges, Initiatives & ‘Where We Go From Here’

What are top professionals in the environmental responsibility space thinking about in terms of sustainability management? What are their challenges and next steps? Here’s what one practitioner shared during the first day of the Environmental Leader & Energy Manager Conference (#ELEMCON18).

3 Intuitive Laws of Employee Loyalty for EHS & Sustainability Managers (and Everyone Else…)

3 Intuitive Laws of Employee Loyalty for EHS & Sustainability Managers (and Everyone Else…)

Heather Younger, CEO of leadership development company Customer Fanatix, shared several intuitive laws of employee engagement during a workshop at the Environmental Leader & Energy Manager Conference. Dennis Hu of Ball Aerospace and Josh Scott with Colorado School of Public Health added insights. Here are a few:

Meet Scott Tew, Executive Director of CEES – Ingersoll Rand

Meet Scott Tew, Executive Director of CEES – Ingersoll Rand

“I can’t stress enough how important it is for companies to forge partnerships and explore a variety of options,” says Scott Tew. Read how the company solves environmental and energy challenges, along with suggestions for companies facing similar situations.

SMEs Need More Help Understanding UK’s Open Water Market, Study Shows

SMEs Need More Help Understanding UK’s Open Water Market, Study Shows

Small businesses apparently want more help understanding and accessing the potential benefits of the retail water market in England before they take the plunge to switch their retail water services. It’s been a year since changes to the water market now allow businesses to purchase retail water services from the … Read more »

Bentley Arena Improves University’s National Recognition, Joins Others for Sustainability Win

Bentley Arena Improves University’s National Recognition, Joins Others for Sustainability Win

In-depth: The new, environmentally sustainable Bentley Arena at Bentley University has received LEED platinum certification, an honor which highlights the university’s “continued rise as an innovative, nationally-recognized business university,” the school claims. The article also includes the arena’s sustainable elements, partners, and a look at other sustainable stadiums.

Fourth EPA Official Departs Pruitt’s Administration

Fourth EPA Official Departs Pruitt’s Administration

Two more officials of the EPA have announced their departures, bringing the total this week to four. Liz Bowman, the agency’s top public affairs official, was the third to leave the agency this week, followed by John Konkus, the agency’s deputy associate administrator for public affairs. The two followed the … Read more »

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