Transform Magazine January 2015
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What lies ahead 2015
the environmentalist highlights some of the legal and policy changes due in 2015
Integrated environmental risk assessment was the focus in the December issue of Science for Environment Policy from the European commission's environment department.
Paul Suff learns how Sainsbury's is aiming to reduce its absolute operational carbon footprint by 30% by the end of the decade
Jim Kandler and Aidan Turnbull believe that sharing data will greatly improve the quality of RoHS and REACH declarations
A new development in Brighton has shown that sustainable buildings can work. Ben Gill reports
IEMA would like to congratulate the following individuals on recently upgrading their membership as part of their ongoing commitment to learning and professional development.
Simon Colvin says the new code and the planned duty on regulators to consider the impact of their actions on the economy change the regulatory landscape
Energy and climate change secretary Ed Davey warned late last year that, as he puts it, Conservative "ideological" opposition to onshore wind is "undermining new British jobs and driving up customer bills ... because wind is the cheapest clean energy".
Raising the thresholds for environmental impact assessment (EIA) screening could result in legal challenges, experts warn.
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