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The ESi Environmental Podcast

The ESi Environmental Podcast

By Tony Hanson
Providing information and advice on environmental management and sustainability for land, estates and commercial property
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Save your energy...
In this edition we look at resource efficiency in buildings, the financial and reputational benefits of Environmental Management Systems and a progress update on the Water industry funded ESi water resilience project. 
January 4, 2021
What a year that was!
The impacts of lockdown on emissions, air quality and ecology balance against the economic hardship - have working practices and travel changed forever? Plus features from Wheatley Solutions abstraction water trading platform and The Planet Mark environmental Certification
December 3, 2020
Seeds of climate change...
Welcome to the November 2020 ESi Environmental Podcast. In this edition we have combined our newsletters with features and content from  The R&A, giving an update on Golf Course 2030,  Barenbrug outlining their environmental ambitions, and seed developments to increase drought resilience, disease resistance and fertiliser requirements Magnation Water Technologies - The wonderful world of physics improving water quality, reducing the energy required to pump your water and reducing the amount of water you need to achieve moisture levels by 25%! Definitely one not to miss
October 30, 2020
Water, water anywhere?
Recorded in Autumn 2019, this episode provides background to water availability in the UK, with content from Thames Water and Waterwise
October 2, 2020
Water use and resilience in the golf sector
Recorded for water awareness week in golf, coinciding with what would have been The Open in July 2020.  Highlighting the issues of irrigation water availability facing golf and leisure sector and climate change and growing population create demand exceeding supply across large areas or England.
October 1, 2020