Click through to access the latest issue of 'the environmentalist' and the IEMA Pay & Benefits Survey 2011 supplement.

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

Issue 112 also includes a 16-page IEMA Pay & Benefits Survey 2011 supplement plus the usual news, interviews, briefings, IEMA updates and these fascinating features.

  • Rarer still?

    Raw materials used in many goods and low-carbon technologies are now harder to source, making resource efficiency a priority, reports Paul Suff
  • Fingertip control

    Alison Smith's series on environmental software shifts to the range of products available, from compliance modules to sustainability applications
  • Wales treads its own green path

    Environment minister Jane Davidson tells the environmentalist how Wales is tackling environment issues by linking policy to sustainable development
  • The incineration debate

    The ESA's Matthew Farrow and Becky Slater from Friends of the Earth give differing views on government plans to increase energy from waste
  • Two standards, one system

    the environmentalist reports on BMT Group's sustainable management system, which meets the requirements of both ISO 9001 and 14001
  • Great expectations

    Ian Hill, chief sustainability officer at Openreach, outlines his four key steps to setting effective environmental targets and objectives

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Issue 112 Mar 2011 the environmentalist

Note: Due to a layout error on Page 40, Waterman Environmental and WSP Environmental have been listed as providers of the Associate Certificate in Environmental Management Course. These two Approved Training Providers actually offer the EMS Implementation Course. IEMA would like to apologise to Waterman Environmental and WSP Environmental for this error.

Members who are interested in the EMS Implementation Course, or any other IEMA Approved Training Course should visit the Course Listings page.