Malcolm Fergusson, head of climate change at the Environment Agency, explains why public sector organisations must act now to comply with the new CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme

The public spending spree may be officially over, but The Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply, takes a closer look at what’s really needed to get public sector back into shape

The Credit Services Association and Debt Buyers and Sellers Group annual conference is designed to cover all aspects of the collection and debt sale and purchase arena

The Institute of Credit Management is travelling the country with a series of roadshows to bring its members the best advice in credit management

The Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers considers how the Carbon Reduction Commitment may affect government buildings

Taking place annually, The Energy Event is held at the National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham on the 8th and 9th of September.

Recognising the pace of developments in waste-to-energy technologies, the Recycling & Waste Management Exhibition, taking place at the NEC, Birmingham 14-16 September, will feature a dedicated Energy & Water Seminar Theatre

A number of special feature areas will heighten the visitor experience at this year’s IOG SALTEX

With an exciting blend of culture, history and commerce, not to mention a varied, innovative and impressive range of venues, Manchester provides the perfect setting for any event, from a small meeting to a conference or convention for up to 19,000 delegates

East Anglia is the perfect mix of soft and gentle countryside, ancient cities, charming towns, with a very quirky individuality

Scotland has much to offer event organisers – stunning locations, state of the art facilities, value for money and easy access.

This year's The Facilities Show attracted a record number of visitors and closes a success

For the 38th successive year, IFSEC delivered a first-class event for the international security industry when it took place from 10-13 May at the NEC Birmingham

Challenging perceptions – what does health and safety really mean?

How does the code work, and how will recent and proposed changes affect it?

With September’s registration deadline for the scheme looming, Dave Lewis, head of business energy services at npower, offers some words of advice to public sector departments on overcoming the challenge of the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme

Richard Rugg, head of Public Sector, Carbon Trust looks at the benefits of energy efficient refurbishments in public buildings

Narec looks at how solar thermal systems can help secure affordable future energy supplies

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