Transform Magazine July 2014
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Crossing the capital
London's Crossrail project is on track to achieve its environment targets. Paul Suff finds out how
Jen Hawkins from LexisPSL outlines a recent supreme court case that considered whether a sewerage undertaker had an implied statutory right to discharge into a private watercourse without the owner's consent.
In the aftermath of the winter floods, Simon Colvin highlights the key legal barriers organisations and individuals face when attempting to sue a regulator
Natural Resources Wales (NRW) has announced that Tata Steel has fully addressed the dust pollution that resulted in an enforcement notice being issued for the firm's Port Talbot steelworks in July 2013.
The High court has overturned a decision by the communities and local government secretary, Eric Pickles, to refuse planning permission for a 24MW solar farm at a disused airfield in Suffolk.
Discharging poorly treated effluent from a sewage treatment works in Cornwall has cost South West Water £150,000 in fines and £3,600 in costs.
More details have emerged of the review of IEMA's membership structure, announced by chief executive Tim Balcon in June's edition of the environmentalist.
Sustainability is high on the IEMA agenda, with a dedicated conference due later this year, just months after the Institute's amalgamation with the Global Association of Corporate Sustainability Officers (GACSO).
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