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Issue 127 includes the usual news, interviews, briefings and these fascinating features as well as the Summer 2012 Learning Supplement.

  • Arrested development

    With the UK set to build major infrastructure projects, EIA experts come together to discuss whether impact assessment is a barrier to development
  • Adapting EIA to climate change

    Bryony Cunningham and Larraine Wilde on why impact assessments should do more to consider the effects of a changing global climate
  • Click to screen

    Experts run the rule over three new pieces of computer software to see if they can improve the efficiency of environmental impact assessments
  • Water runs through EIA

    The NEAS team at the Environment Agency explains how it goes about embedding assessment under the Water Framework Directive into EIA
  • Why EIA needs EMS

    Martin Broderick argues that impact assessment must link to an environment management system if the outcomes are to be effectively managed

This month's IEMA updates include:

  • New IEMA council elected
  • IEMA sets out its position on 14001
  • Institute picks up IAIA award
  • Your route to Associate membership

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Issue 127 June 2012 the environmentalist

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