Drinks giant previously opposed the idea, but now says it plans to launch trial return scheme in Scotland
Hubbub's Trewin Restorick reveals the collaborative forces that helped deliver the charity's latest coffee cup recycling initiative
Bunzl's Joanna Gilroy finds some welcome inspiration in a handful of game-changing, waste tackling green projects
Team from MIT media labs captured pollution from exhaust pipes in India to create artists' ink
New KUNGBACKA kitchen front range manufactured using recycled PET-bottles and wood
Coffee chain kicks off coffee cup recycling push in over 2,000 stores with promise to recycle 'any cup'
Report argues steps need to be taken to ensure emerging materials such as carbon fibre composites and bioplastics are properly reusable and recyclable
Jonny Hazell from Green Alliance urges for design stage circular economy thinking to be given priority in industrial strategy
The government has said it wants to make the UK one of the world's most resource efficient economies, but can this admirable ambition survive the turbulence unleashed by Brexit?
From bio-based plastics to science-based targets, can Tetra Pak upend expectations to become a climate leader?
WRI's Liz Goodwin argues that despite a recent slow down in progress, the policies and techniques exist to slash food waste
European Parliament's environment committee votes to increase new EU recycling target to 70 per cent, with a five per cent cap on waste to landfill
Aldersgate Group warns UK may miss out financial benefits of circular economy post-Brexit unless it develops an ambitious reuse and recycling strategy of its own
From beach to bathtub: Procter & Gamble unveils world's first recyclable shampoo bottle made with beach plastic
Bottle will be used by consumer goods giant's largest shampoo brand, Head & Shoulders, in a pilot run in France later this summer
BMW, Shell, Total, Toyota, and Anglo American among corporate giants backing new global push to promote hydrogen technologies
Polman: 'To address the challenge of ocean plastic waste we need to work on systemic solutions - ones which stop plastics entering our waterways in the first place'
Green Alliance claims recycling in England has become 'dysfunctional' with local authorities given unfair share of responsibility for dealing with waste
Annual campaign sees the Woodland Trust plant one new tree for every 1,000 cards collected in M&S stores
Bunzl's Joanna Gilroy explores the questions firms have to ask as they mull whether to opt for recyclable or compostable packaging
Coffee chain says installation of dedicated cup recycling bins in over 2,000 stores could cut waste by 30 million cups a year
Following tie-up last year with Speedo, Italian materials manufacturer Aquafil announces new closed-loop swimwear collaboration with Volcom
Therese Coffey claims 5p charge is not warranted as industry and chains are already doing enough voluntarily to reduce waste
Logs made from recycled coffee are now available for Londoners to buy and burn in their own home as lower carbon alternative to wood
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall should wake up and smell the coffee, corporate trials are not always 'greenwash'
The broadcaster last week labelled a trial to tackle woeful coffee recycling rates as corporate 'greenwash' - such criticism is both unfair and counterproductive