The January 2013 issue of the environmentalist magazine is available to download.

Your pritned copy should have reached you last week but if you want a PDF copy, you can download this month's magazine here.

Issue 134 includes the usual news, interviews, briefings and these fascinating features:

The year in focus

Regulators, policymakers and business leaders share their thoughts on what they will be prioritising in their organisations over the coming 12 months

Can China build a green economy?

Following decades of industrial growth damaging China’s environment, Catherine Wilson investigates the country’s efforts to embrace sustainability

Up in the air

The Environment Agency’s Jackie Taylor details the forthcoming changes to the permitting regime as a result of the Industrial Emissions Directive

Shopping for savings

the environmentalist reveals how Salford’s Lowry Outlet mall has successfully diverted 97% of waste from landfill and saved £75,000 a year in energy costs

Out of the frying pan, into the engine

With demand for biofuels on the increase, effective assurance models are needed to ensure waste feedstocks are sustainable, argues David Fairchild

Standard regulation

Colleen Theron and Sean MacKenzie describe how voluntary standards are helping to influence the development of sustainability legislation

This month's IEMA updates include:

  • Jan Chmiel set to leave the Institute
  • A focal point for developing policy
  • State of the profession poll
  • IEMA survey says ...

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Your January 2013 Environmentalist

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