ENDS Report August edition now out, AND online!
Below we highlight just a selection of our most recent news, analysis and comment, plus the week's round-up of significant new documents on environment, sustainability and carbon topics.
The Carbon Show 2010
Monday, 4 October | 9am – 6pm
Tuesday, 5 October | 9am – 5.30pm
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The exhibition dedicated to managing, reducing and trading carbon
Providing resources, products and strategies needed to excel in the new low carbon economy; this business event will showcase exhibitors leading the way in carbon reduction, energy efficiency and carbon trading. Featuring key notes from Chris Huhne, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, DECC, plus many more. Join us at The Carbon Show to keep up to date on industry developments ahead of COP16 and meet potential new clients and contacts to network and do business.
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FREE COMMENT - from ENDS Report and guest writers
Slouching toward Karachi
The current failure of our collective consciousness over climate change is collapsing the life chances of everyone on the planet under 40, says Tom Burke
Whitehall economists don't get it
The government's recent review of the economics of sustainable development is a shoddy apology for the status quo, argues Professor Tim Jackson
Recycling & Waste Management
14 – 16 September 2020, NEC, Birmingham, UK
The Recycling and Waste Management exhibition (RWM) is the UK’s longest running, best attended and biggest event for the recycling and waste management sector. It has about 10,000 visitors and 500 exhibitors annually. RWM is free to enter and you can pre-register online.
Sustainable Flood Risk Management 2010, 5th October, Glasgow.
With the Flood Risk Management (Scotland) Act 2009 having been in its implementation phase for one year, the purpose of this event is to provide a forum for flood professionals to assess progress and address challenges for continual engagement across stakeholder organisations involved in FRM in Scotland. For full details and to book online please go to www.holyrood.com/flooding