The March 2013 issue of the environmentalist magazine is currently on its way to you.

This issue also features the Pay & Benefits Survey 2013 Supplement, revealing the progress and current profile of the environment profession in terms of salaries, working conditions, growth of roles, average workloads and qualifications.

If you cannot wait for your printed copy to reach you next week, you can download this month's magazine here.

Issue 136 includes the usual news, interviews, briefings and these fascinating features

  • Smarter connections - The rollout across the UK of smart meters is due to start next year, but Peter Brown finds that the industry still has several major hurdles to overcome
  • REACH forward -Following a review of the REACH regulation by the European Commission, John Barwise looks at the next steps for regulating chemicals in the EU
  • Shifting gear - Paul Suff discovers how Jaguar Land Rover is driving down climate and other environmental impacts from its vehicles and production processes
  • Making waste add up - Calculating CO2 emissions from different disposal routes helped SITA win a waste management contract with an NHS trust. Will Simpson reports
  • Detective work - Successfully tracking down the source of environmental contamination depends on applying the right tools, explains scientist Stephen Mudge

This month's IEMA updates include:

  • IEMA’s professional development adviser
  • Competition for students to design a new IEMA membership ID
  • Policy update Nick Blyth on accounting for green energy
  • IEMA events and membership upgrades
  • Career development opportunities in 2013

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Your March 2013 Issue of The Environmentalist

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