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  • Gaining ground in the sands 2014
    The oil sands are entering a new cycle of development. If the sector is unable to make cultural shifts and major operational changes, it risks skipping the next stage of development altogether, slipping straight into decline.
  • Alternative thinking 2013: Renewable energy under the microscope
    Renewables are becoming less and less alternative and more and more mainstream. This process still has a long way to go, but the signs are unmistakable.
  • Knock on wood: Is biomass the answer to 2020?
    Should the UK be forcing coal-fired power stations to close if biomass conversion might be a cost effective way of meeting the EU’s 2020 targets of generating 15 per cent of its energy from renewable sources?
  • Business and the biodiversity challenge
    How are companies responding to the challenge of biodiversity loss, a fundamental threat to business and to society? And how are they communicating publicly about their actions and commitments on biodiversity?
  • Energy & Resources Predictions 2012: Top 10 trends facing the industry
    The report provides insight into the key themes likely to impact the energy and resources sector in 2012, including volatility in commodity prices, breakthroughs in nanotechnology, and the rising importance of water footprint for energy companies.
  • Tracking the trends 2012: The top 10 issues mining companies may face in the coming year
    As miners expand to farther reaches of the world, they also face heightened levels of community involvement and environmental oversight. The fourth edition of this annual report reviews the challenges that industry stakeholders must address and suggests alternatives miners can adopt in response.
  • No Water, No Energy. No Energy, No Water.
    Few companies have energy strategies and water strategies, and even less have integrated energy/water strategies.
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