Transform Magazine June 2016
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Breaking up is hard to do
Catherine Early finds out how a vote to leave the EU might affect the environment profession
Assessment of the offsetting pilots reveals that the planning system is not working for biodiversity, writes Jonathan Baker
The Environment Agency is aiming to reduce embedded carbon from its construction projects by 40% by 2020.
New bills on energy and housing development have received Royal Assent after the government defeated amendments on renewables obligations, zero-carbon homes and flood prevention.
Environmental change is moving more quickly than previously thought, according to UNEP, which has called on governments to act now to reverse the damage.
A standard for reducing whole life carbon emissions in infrastructure has been launched by the BSI and the Green Construction Board (GCB).
The European Chemicals Agency is consulting on 29 applications for authorisation.
the environmentalist reports on the new IEMA membership structure and its revised skills map
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