Sources confirm NGOs would be prepared to break new Lobbying Bill rules designed to restrict political debate in run up to election
Some of the UK's green NGOs could be willing to break the law if the government passes its controversial Lobbying Bill in its current form. Fears are mounting across the NGO and think tank sector that...
Energy and Climate Change Select Committee slams "snap" decision to pull CCS funding and calls on ministers to deliver alternative strategy
Unilever's Pier Luigi Sigismondi explains how in the past year the multinational has secured 'zero waste' status for 400 more of its sites
Company invites large business customers to help balance supply and demand when wind is stronger or weaker than anticipated
In this edited essay extract Dominic Hogg from Eunomia Research & Consulting explores how the waste industry has changed over the last years – and considers what the next 15 years might bring