ENDS Report Weekly, 12 May 2011

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Green Business Awards – entry deadline extended Thursday 30 June 2011

Do not miss out on the opportunity to be recognised for your innovative, ambitious and effective initiatives to achieve environmental sustainability, develop low-carbon products and implement smart business practice. Find out more and enter now at www.greenbusinessawards.com

Analysis

  • Analysis

    Milk sector reports on environmental quick wins

    The dairy industry has delivered on some of its environmental promises but take-up of anaerobic digestion is disappointing.
  • Analysis

    ChemSec highlights more endocrine disruptors

    Swedish NGO ChemSec, backed by similar groups, is pushing for stronger action on endocrine disrupting chemicals. It has added 22 compounds to a growing list of substances highlighted for controls
  • Analysis

    CCC calls for limits on offshore wind

    The Committee on Climate Change is recommending that offshore wind growth is restricted far below planned levels. It also thinks renewable electricity will only make up 40% of generation in 2030.

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Sustainabilitylive! 24-26 May 2011, NEC, Birmingham

Sustainabilitylive! is the UK’s largest event for the environment, water, land, energy and sustainability sectors. The event provides insightful seminars, interactive feature areas and lots more all designed to help companies work for a sustainable future. Register for free here.

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The Castle Debates 2011 - Sign up now.

The inaugural Castle Debates 2011 – a series of high-level environmental debates with leading scientific, legal and governmental speakers, organised in association with the Law Society and Sykes Environmental, will be held on a monthly basis between February and June 2011. The debates will address: the future for renewable energy and heat; sustainable buildings; UK water security; sustainable transport; and farming and food security. For more information or to register, click here

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