The January 2012 issue of the environmentalist magazine is now online and free for member-only download.
Issue 122 includes the usual news, interviews, briefings, IEMA updates and these fascinating features.
The year aheadPolicymakers and business leaders on the priorities for 2012, including green growth, improving resource efficiency and collaborative consumption
From brownfields to gold medalsLucie Ponting reports on how the venues for the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics measure up against the project's overall sustainability goals
Hearts and minds vs carrots and sticksGlobal Action Plan's Amy Wilson and WSP's David Symons debate the use of incentives to change workplace behaviour to achieve environmental goals
Met office grows wildHow the enthusiasm of a few volunteers at the Met Office's headquarters in Exeter has blossomed into an organisation-wide biodiversity action plan
A design for auditing lifeUK technical expert Nigel Leehane asks whether the revised ISO 19011 will improve the quality of audits of environmental management systems?
Absolute or not!Niall Enright on whether it is best for organisations to use absolute measures or intensity ratios, or a combination of the two, to manage greenhouse gases
Click on the PDF link below to open or download the latest issue. Or, visit the Transform website.
Posted on 18th January 2012
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