The June 2012 issue of the environmentalist magazine is on its way to you.
But if you cannot wait to get the printed copy to arrive, you can download a PDF of this month's magazine here.
Issue 127 includes the usual news, interviews, briefings and these fascinating features as well as the Summer 2012 Learning Supplement.
Arrested developmentWith 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 changeBryony Cunningham and Larraine Wilde on why impact assessments should do more to consider the effects of a changing global climate
Click to screenExperts 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 EIAThe NEAS team at the Environment Agency explains how it goes about embedding assessment under the Water Framework Directive into EIA
Why EIA needs EMSMartin 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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Posted on 26th June 2012
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