Transform Magazine February 2016
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A global purpose, part 1
In September 2015, the United Nations unveiled 17 sustainable development goals to achieve by 2030. Businesses worldwide will play a critical role in meeting them. Penny Walker explains why
Local nature groups launched by the government just five years ago are facing a bleak future because their funding is drying up.
Cancellation of the carbon capture and storage (CCS) commercialisation programme by the government will make it more costly for the UK to meet its carbon targets, according to the Energy Technologies Institute.
Global investment in clean energy projects reached record levels last year, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF).
Applying circular economy principles to global plastic packaging flows could transform the plastics economy and drastically reduce negative impacts such as leakage into oceans, says a new report.
Provisional figures indicate that last year was the warmest since records started in 1850, according to scientists at the Met Office Hadley Centre and the University of East Anglia's climatic research unit.
A round-up of business news, including Facebook, McDonald's and Renewable Energy Systems.
Initial results from IEMA's annual practitioner survey reveal that those entering the profession are becoming increasingly selective about the organisations they work for.
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