Associate exam resources

27th November 2013


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A list of recent articles from the environmentalist and sections from environmentalistonline.com that are useful for those studying for the IEMA Associate exam

Article

AIEMA

learning outcome

Essential knowledge for environmentalists

1

Life support systems

1.1-1.5

The important business of ecosystems services

1.3

Natural resources

1.4, 1.5

OECD warning over rising water security risks

1.5

Contaminating nature pollution prevention

1.6, 2.1

Climate change/GHG emissions

1.7

Sustainable development for the next generation

1.8

Knowledge maintenance: sustainable development

1.8

New regulations

3

Regulation and caselaw

3

Investing in the future: making your business case

4.4, 6

Supply chain is weak link in sustainability

4.6

When less means more

4.7

NISP - the symbiotic network

4.7

A smart approach to environmental reporting

5

Firms not validating sustainability data

5.7

The water footprint - water in the supply chain

6

Calculating your footprint

6

Demand for natural resources outstrips supply

6

Environmental impact assessment

6

Strategic environmental assessment

6

Auditing

6

Internal auditing at full power

6

Can an EMS learn a new language?

6.2, 9.2

The art of interaction

7.1

Adding weight: rating significance

7.2

Impact significance - a risk based approach

7.2

Collaring emissions at the Met

8

Sustainability report selection tool

9.6

Growing consumer demand for green labels

9.6

Employee engagement

10

The right buttons - influencing-behaviour

10

Turning staff on to switching off

10

The BBC’s message to staff on recycling

10

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