Transform Magazine July 2013
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Independent minds - devolution in action
Peter Brown looks at the increasingly individual approaches being taken to environment policy in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland
Paul Suff reflects on the rise in extreme weather events in recent years and weather the deastation being wrought is enough to inspire real action to tackle climate change
Jen Hawkins and George Hobson, from LexisPSL, describe a High Court ruling that a planning condition can rule out the need for a Habitats Directive assessment
Polluting tributaries of the River Great Ouse twice in the same year has resulted in the University of Cambridge being fined a total of £28,000
The Co-op's new head office is a landmark for sustainability and is inspiring staff who work there to reduce their carbon footprint
From dioxins and EU directives to murder and missing waste, Becky Allen looks at the 1976 disaster's enduring legacy
Defra's budget will be cut by a further 9.6% in 2015/16 under spending plans announced by the chancellor. Decc, meanwhile, will have another 8% shaved from its budget
The Green Investment Bank (GIB) will receive an extra £800 million as a result of the 2015/16 spending review
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