Transform Magazine June 2015
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ISO 14001: A closer inspection?
Paul Suff asks assessors how the new 14001 standard will change EMS audits
Environment and sustainability roles are becoming the career change of choice, with 42% of professionals who now work in these roles describing themselves as "career changers", according to a survey by IEMA.
IEMA and the training arm of the Building Research Establishment, BRE Academy, have signed an agreement under which the two organisations collaborate to develop and deliver industry-relevant sustainability training courses.
BSI has launched a standard to drive best practice in environmental impact assessment (EIA) for offshore renewable projects.
Once common birds, including the Skylark and Black-tailed Godwit, are among almost one-third (32%) of wildbird species in the EU that are at risk of extinction, according to a report from the European commission.
A round up of environment management news from companies including Unilever, Volkswagen and Tesla.
Total greenhouse-gas emissions from the 11,000 plus installations in the EU emissions trading system (ETS) declined 4.5% in 2014, according to the European commission. Figures also reveal that the number of surplus ETS allowances was 2.07 billion at the end of last year.
A set of indicators to measure the progress of a company to a more circular economy business model has been set out in a new report from the Ellen MacArthur Foundation (EMF).
Smart technology has the potential to hugely reduce energy bills in the public sector, but it is hampered by a lack of strategy and budget, according to research by the Carbon Trust and GE Lighting.
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