Transform Magazine February 2012
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Thirsty work - managing water
With the issue of water scarcity rising up the corporate agenda, the environmentalist reports on how companies are responding
IEMA has called for greater carbon price certainty within the Carbon Reduction Commitment Energy Efficiency (CRC) scheme, in its repsonse to the latest DECC consultation.
The European Parliament has approved proposed updates to the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive (2002/96/EC), introducing new legally binding collection targets and tighter export controls
The UK's future economic stability is at risk from organisations investing in activities that are damaging the environment, the Bank of England has been warned.
Technology giant Apple suspended business with two suppliers in 2011 after discovering they were in breach of environmental regulations
IEMA conference sponsor NQA reveals how adopting a separate approach to energy management can help organisations to cut costs, reduce carbon emissions and improve staff engagement
Institute receives IAIA accolade for its EIA Quality Mark scheme and its special report into 25 years of impact assessment practice
IEMA joined forces with the Guardian advice graduates on how to move into an environmental role.
Claire Lea addresses the need to narrow the gap between the skills available and those increasingly in demand by businesses facing a raft of environmental and sustainability challenges
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