Practitioner publications for sale
The complete library of practice guides has been made available to IEMA members at an exclusive discounted price
IEMA’s collection of Practitioners provides helpful guidance on 14 core areas of environment management and assessment techniques, and can be purchased for a short time at the special price of just £60+VAT.*
The titles are:
- Managing climate change emissions
- Environmental purchasing in practice
- Producer responsibility and the Packaging Regulations
- Energy management in buildings
- Environmental data management
- Managing risk with environmental law
- Risk management for the environmental practitioner
- Change management for sustainable development
- Corporate social responsibility
- The business of biodiversity
- Waste management
- Environmental management plans
- Adapting to climate change
- Climate change mitigation
Due to the breadth of topics covered and their easy-to-digest format, these books make ideal reading for those considering taking the IEMA Associate entry exam.
The guides are first editions published between 2001 and 2009. Although some of the legislation referenced may not be up to date, all of the principles and practical guidance included within them remains valid and will help those undertaking self-directed study before completing the Associate exam.
All of the Practitioners books are available individually from iema.net/shop from £5 each. To buy a single title or to take advantage of the special offer for the complete series, contact IEMA on firstname.lastname@example.org or +44 (0)1522 540 069.
* VAT is payable only on CD-ROM editions of the Practitioners. Please note that some volumes are only available on CD-ROM.
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