Transform Magazine August 2014
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Digging further into the UK's natural capital
Mark Everard examines the outcomes from the follow-on to the national ecosystem assessment
Ivor Robinich highlights a government strategy to reduce the environmental impacts of aquaculture on the Maltese islands
Josh Fothergill, policy and practice lead at IEMA, discusses how we are working to deliver a sustainable economy
The Institute's head office has undergone some essential changes, all of which aim to provide a greater focus on the membership and drive IEMA's aspirations and ambitions.
IEMA is encouraging members to get involved in two important consultations: the draft international standard (DIS) of the revised ISO 14001 and a white paper on the language of sustainability from the Global Association of Corporate Sustainability Officers (GACSO).
In his latest blog, IEMA chief executive Tim Balcon considers how the Institute's central business of providing membership, development and support for environment and sustainability professionals remains as important as ever in its planned future growth through Vision 2020.
Ross Fairley warns developers to be wary of changes to the law on eradicating non-native invasive species
Contaminating a brook in Essex with sewage, which killed around 1,500 fish, has cost Anglian Water £94,751.
The high court has ruled that the conversion of a second unit at the Drax power station to burning biomass instead of coal is eligible for subsidies under the long-term contracts for difference (CfDs) scheme, which guarantees a level of payment for electricity generated from low-carbon sources.
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