Transform Magazine June 2014
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Pollution insurance: are you covered?
Suzanne Kearney takes a look at the limitations of insurance policies in covering pollution incidents
The US may soon slip behind China as the world's largest economy, but remains the largest emitter of CO2 per head, so Obama's clean power plan is a move in the right direction, says Paul Suff
EM Highway Services uses IEMA's leadership training course to help embed sustainability
IEMA's chief executive talks to Paul Suff about skills and the future of the profession
Richard Campen on why environmentalists should consider massive online open courses
Nick Blyth, IEMA's policy and practice lead on climate change and natural environment looks at progress in guidance on reporting scope 2 GHG emissions
IEMA members have the opportunity to get a one-to-one professional development session at a leading industry event taking place in London this month.
With almost two-thirds of members telling IEMA that environment management systems (EMS) are a part of their role, the Institute has worked to ensure that everyone have access to the right consultations, updates and training on the revisions to ISO 14001.
In his latest blog, IEMA's chief executive Tim Balcon has announced a forthcoming review of the Institute's membership levels.
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