Transform Magazine March 2012
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Something in the air
Paul Suff assesses the progress being made in the UK to improve air quality in line with EU pollution prevention targets
Katie Lumley reveals how becoming a student member of IEMA led her to her first environment role at liftshare.com
The fifth annual survey of IEMA members' remuneration and benefits strikes a positive note for pay and job satisfaction
With the global environment management standard being revised, Paul Suff hears how it should change
Companies would lose 41 cents, on average, in every $1 they earn if they had to pay the full environmental costs of production, claims new research for KPMG.
Defra's response to last year's report on air quality from the environmental audit committee (EAC) warns that the costs of complying with EU air quality targets may outweigh the potential benefits
How IEMA is taking action to ensure members' views influence the direction of future environmental policy and legislation
Tesco reveals the innovative activities it uses to encourage its diverse supply chain to adopt more carbon-efficient operations
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