Transform Magazine June 2012
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Adapting EIA for climate change
Bryony Cunningham and Larraine Wilde on why impact assessments should do more to consider the effects of a changing climate
Following the publication of the draft Energy Bill, Paul Suff asks what happened to the government's pledge to improve energy efficiency across the UK?
IEMA sets out its position on the revision of the environment management systems (EMS) standard
The draft Energy Bill has failed to provide sufficient clarity of the govenrment's plans for electricity market reform (EMR), with full details on some aspects unlikely to materialise until 2014
Chris Davies MEP asks why vehicle dismatlers in the UK are failing to meet EU recycling targets
UK and EU policymakers must take urgent action to ensure water security, including increasing the price of water, or risk not having adequate resources in future, members of the House of Lords have warned
Sales of UK low-carbon environmental goods and services (LCEGS) grew 4.7% between 2009/10 and 2010/11, far outstripping the economy overall, which increased just 0.7%
Experts from Lexis PSL discuss the recent Berky judgement on the timing of making a judicial review claim and what this means for developers
Unconventional sources will provide a "golden age" for natural gas, says the International Energy Agency (IEA), but only if strict rules to minimise environmental impacts are abided by
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