The June issue of the environmentalist magazine is now online and free for member-only download.
Issue 115 includes the usual news, interviews, briefings, IEMA updates and these fascinating features.
Global ambitionsP&G and Unilever are two of the biggest food and consumer goods firms. Both are pursuing bold sustainability agendas. Catherine Early reports
Making an impactLucie Ponting assesses the influence of the environmental impact assessment Directive now it is 25 years old, and asks practitioners how it can be improved
From beer to biogas - and backSuffolk-based beer company Adnams has teamed up with renewable energy business Bio Group to turn its waste into energy. Becky Allen fi nds out how
Natural selectionIn the third and final part in the series, Alison Smith outlines the best way to choose the right environmental software for your organisation
Investing for the futureEnvironment professionals are increasingly having to build business cases for environmental projects. Here, Helen Woolston off ers some tips
Click on the PDF link below to open or download the latest issue. Or, visit the new Transform website.
Posted on 16th June 2011
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