The public sector faces challenging targets on cutting greenhouse gas emissions over this decade

There is still a great deal of asbestos in public buildings and housing stock. Peter Robinson, Chairman of UKATA explains how it must be managed

Employers of construction workers for demolition work have a legal duty to ensure that they are well trained to handle asbestos

The Association of Corporate Treasurers Annual Conference features essential treasury updates

The NAPF Local Authority Conference will address challenges which the Local Government Pension Scheme will face this year

In the debate about obesity amongst the population, the Automatic Vending Association is keen to set the record straight

The recession hit the UK van, truck and trailer market hard. We look at what’s in store for 2010 and beyond

With magnificent castles, inspiring countryside and historic towns, in the East Midlands you’ll discover a very special part of the country

The Meetings Industry Association’s Accredited in Meetings scheme demonstrates to buyers that your services have passed a stringent quality assurance accreditation

New guidance has been developed to address the problem of injuries and fatal accidents within the waste and recycling industry

Nick Gardner, senior consultant SQW Consulting and co-founder of ProjectDirt.com on behalf of Ecos Trust and Devon Sustainable Building Initiative, reports on a major conference on low and zero carbon building

Tom Cumberlege, public sector manager at the Carbon Trust, looks at what local authorities can do to reduce their carbon emissions

Dave Lewis, head of business energy services at npower, says planning is everything for organisations preparing for the Carbon Reduction Commitment Energy Efficiency Scheme

From this spring, social housing providers will have to meet new standards required by the Tenant Services Authority

The skills that an outsourced debt collection agency can bring to the public sector are increasingly proving their worth

With public sector spending under scrutiny, those that use consultants may have to justify expenditure. Jerome Reback, partner at Engage for Change, gives an eight point plan to drive value from a consultancy investment

Dave Vernon, of the Professional Planning Forum, looks at how new working practices are driving success in contact centres

Margaret Goodlad looks at the benefits of running a ‘Do it yourself’ employer childcare voucher scheme

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