Transform Magazine June 2011
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Green ambitions - P&G vs Unilever
Catherine Early reports on how Unilever and P&G are both pursuing bold sustainability agendas
IEMA has launched its competency framework for the environment profession. Paul Suff finds out how it can help practitioners and employers
UK carbon emissions will halve by 2025 compared with 1990 levels if the fourth carbon budget set by the government is met.
A Defra consultation on whether companies should be forced to report their greenhouse-gas (GHG) emissions has sparked a debate as to the effectiveness of the approach.
Figures compiled by the German Federal Environment Agency show that 150 sites worldwide had achieved BS EN 16001 certification by the start of May.
The Energy and Climate Change Select Committee has raised serious questions as to the viability of plans to reform the UK's electricity market
New research reveals how Europe can better manage its use of rare earth metals
Almost one-third of the UK's ecosystems services are in decline and decision makers have consistently failed to consider the billions of pounds the natural environment brings to the economy, according to the first National Ecosystems Assessment (NEA).
Funding for local flood protection must be extended to protect infrastructure assets, warns the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) as UK energy, transport and communications companies are told to prepare for more extreme weather conditions.
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