Click to access your first issue of 'the environmentalist' of 2012.

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 ahead

    Policymakers and business leaders on the priorities for 2012, including green growth, improving resource efficiency and collaborative consumption
  • From brownfields to gold medals

    Lucie 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 sticks

    Global 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 wild

    How 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 life

    UK 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

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Issue 122 Jan 2012 the environmentalist


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