Peter Hurst, chief executive of CIFAS, explains how the organisation's fraud prevention data sharing scheme can help reduce fraud losses across all sectors

This year’s Plant And Waste Recycling Awards recognised successful projects that reduce the amount of waste sent to landfill across the UK

RWM sets the trend this autumn with recycled textile fashion shows and a new waste minimisation zone

Just north of London, and boasting countryside, sea, charming towns and cities, the East of England is a great choice for your next public sector event

Culture, style and an ever-changing landscape make Liverpool and the region a first choice destination for conferences and events

Local authorities must now take a lead role in local flood risk management. But what skills are needed for them to be able to deliver their new responsibilities?

One in six properties in England and Wales are at flood risk. The Environment Agency discusses the work being done to address the problem

The National Insulation Association explains why insulation is key to reaching the UK’s carbon emissions target

What impact will cutbacks and news that short-term growth is unlikely have on infrastructure projects that are essential to environmental success?

A year into its work with the Carbon Trust, Coventry City Council is implementing 34 separate energy saving projects and has set a target to reduce its CO2 emissions by 30 per cent over five years

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