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The February issue of the new look 'environmentalist' magazine is now online and free for member-only download.

Issue 111 includes the usual news, briefings and IEMA updates as well as these insightful features.

  • A minority voice?

    Björn Lomborg tells Paul Suff why it would be better if the world channelled its resources into tackling malaria rather than meeting Kyoto Protocol targets
  • Assessing the mood for reform

    Stephen Tromans QC finds the momentum is growing to revise the 25-year-old EU environmental impact assessment Directive
  • Pollution control given a new order

    the environmentalist provides a guide to the long-awaited industrial emissions Directive, which came into force on 6 January 2011
  • What price justice?

    High legal costs in the UK are barriers to environmental justice, says aninternational committee. Elisabeth Jeff ries tries to find a solution
  • Low impacts at the Inn

    Whitbread has recently opened its second "eco-friendly" Premier Inn. Paul Suff reports on the environmental credentials of the Burgess Hill hotel
  • The big MACC

    Marginal abatement cost curves have a place in every environmentalist's toolkit, says Niall Enright. Here, he explains how MACCs work

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Issue 111 Feb 2011 the environmentalist


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