PDC Summit 2023
The 2023 International Summit & Exhibition on Health Facility Planning, Design & Construction March 12-15, Phoenix The PDC Summit brings together thousands working in all disciplines of health care planning, design and construction to learn, network and discover ways to create value for the health care built environment. The field comes together to share their findings, challenges and best practices with the shared goal of advancing safe and trusted health care. Professionals from every stage of their careers can benefit from sessions, networking and solutions. Attend the PDC Summit and get the information you need to elevate your career and team.
response to Resources and Waste Strategy for England
Rick Hindley, Executive Director of Alupro (Aluminium Packaging Recycling Organisation) We welcome the UK Government’s much anticipated Resources and Waste Strategy, which outlines an ambitious direction of travel.
In numbers: Are businesses and consumers ready for the circular economy shift?
A shift away from linear ‘take, make and dispose’ models is widely touted as a key requirement in the transition to a net-zero, more resource-efficient world. But how prepared are businesses and individuals to make that shift, and what barriers ar…
Hey Poppy Brings Scandinavian Design, style and Sustainability Together
Some products force you to choose between style and sustainability. But Hey Poppy brings Scandinavian design, style and sustainability together.
SSE’s electric vans and Scotland’s ‘greenest’ football team: The sustainability success stories of the week
As part of our Mission Possible campaign, edie brings you this weekly round-up of five of the best sustainability success stories of the week from across the globe.
Leading the way: Axis on the road to a circular economy
The shift from a traditional linear business model towards a circular approach that focuses on re-use and recycling is gathering pace. In this press release, we share thoughts on how Axis and the surveillance industry can contribute. We explore findings from a research project that will help pave the way for a more sustainable surveillance sector. Discarded electronic and electrical goods – e-waste – is the world’s fastest-growing waste stream. In 2018, it amounted to 50 million tons – equivalent to all commercial aircraft ever built. And this number is projected to double by 2050.