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Publications are one of the principal ways in which the Institute promotes good environmental practice amongst its members. Visit the Publications Shop.
'the environmentalist' contains a wide range of up-to-date information, practical articles, insightful case studies and news on current environmental issues including details of the latest regulations and consultations. It is sent free of charge to all IEMA members, and to an increasing subscriber base.
'the environmentalist' is a key tool for IEMA in offering ongoing support to environmental professionals and aims to promote sustainability through improved environmental practice and performance.
Visit the environmentalist's dedicated website at www.environmentalistonline.com to access articles and environmental jobs.
Each volume in the Practitioner best practice series covers a particular environmental topic in detail. There are 14 volumes in the series. Details can be found on the http://www.iema.net/practitioner page.
'Perspectives' are book-sized publications that go into considerable detail. The series began in 2002 and the first two publications are concerned with aspects of environmental impact assessment.
'Guidelines for Landscape & Visual Impact Assessment' was published with the Landscape Institute. It provides assistance in predicting and judging the significance of the effects that new development may have upon landscape character and visual amenity.
'Guidelines on Participation in Environmental Decision-making' was the second Perspectives publication in 2002, and its purpose is to improve participation by demonstrating its importance, offering advice on how to achieve effective participation, providing practical examples of what has been achieved, and by providing inspiration and the information to 'do-it-yourself'.
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