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The latest Case Study Collection from Environment Times can be viewed as a digital copy, and we will also be giving out copies at the forthcoming trade exhibitions from our stands. It's full of news and information about those working to make our world more sustainable in a practical and commercial way.

The latest Environment Times can be viewed as a digital copy by clicking here or on the front cover image, and we will also be giving out copies at the forthcoming trade exhibitions from our stands. It's full of news and information about those working to make our world more sustainable in a practical and commercial way.

The latest Case Study Collection from Environment Times can be viewed as a digital copy, and we will also be giving out copies at the forthcoming WWEM and EMEX trade exhibitions from our stands. It's full of news and information about those working to make our world more sustainable in a practical and commercial way.

case study 2021 front cover webThe Environment Times'  Case Study Collection is available to read as a digital 'flickread' version, and with the option to download it as a pdf file too. Spanning the range of environmental services, 44 pioneering companies and organisations at the modern edge of sustainability show over 52 pages how their products and services are improving the environment of our planet.

From water, air quality, energy efficiency, waste management, carbon reduction, plastic and material alternatives and the sustainable circular economy - read how these pioneers are playing their part.

Click on the front cover image or here to read and maybe download too. 

 

Environment Times has published it's Case Studies Collection for summer 2019 in both print and digital format.

The 52 page publication is packed with recent case history stories and products and services that span the range of the UK's booming green environmental industry.

Every year, the international COP talks encourage us to see our global leaders as catalysts for environmental change and a sustainable future. But a new report suggests we should instead look to our theatres, ballet companies and music venues for the real climate revolution.

A Canadian lawyer who retired to grow organic fruit has written a book claiming that alarmists, working with the UN and 'green special interest groups' have left humanity unprepared for extreme cold, heavy snow and crop failures.