The London Development Agency wants to reduce London’s dependence on fossil fuels, cut the waste generated in London and help reach the Mayor of London’s target to reduce carbon dioxide emissions in London by 60 per cent – or 18 million tonnes – by 2025

The Chartered Institute of Housing’s Conference and Exhibition, 22-24 June, offers four events in one: a housing summit with topical debate, a vibrant and innovative exhibition, a brand new exhibitor focused seminar programme and a packed social networking diary

Robert Rabinowitz, director, Environmental Markets for sustainability consultancy, BRE, answers your questions on the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme

BRE gives useful guidance on how to avoid common pitfalls when it comes to the Code for Sustainable Homes

A report by the Environment Agency highlights the important role of low carbon biomass energy

Lis Kendray, operations director of The Lewis Group, makes the case for ‘traditional’ debt collection and how it is already helping government agencies to manage their mounting debt stock

Martin O’Donovan, assistant director, ACT, discusses new government policy and guidelines for local authority investments

CCTV officers at Wigan Council, winners at the 2010 Government Business Awards, already have theitr sights set on higher vistas.

A report published by the Environment Agency finds that using energy crops or waste materials as fuel for generating electricity and heat could play an important role in meeting the UK's renewable energy and greenhouse gas emission reduction targets, but only if good practice is followed.

Free educational workshops, live demonstrations and the latest technology at the International Policing Exhibition

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