Articles from Transform March 2016

The new world order

John Barwise talks to chief executive Tim Balcon about how IEMA can help to create a more sustainable future

Playing with firewater?

David Cole believes that it is time to close in on pollution containment

The climate story

Jiggy Lloyd asks whether the issue of climate change should have been recognised sooner

In court: March 2016

A round-up of the latest environmental legal cases including Oran Environmental Services and Conoco Phillips.

Case law

Development on the green belt and incorrect advice

Connecting the UK and Europe

What should the UK be doing about energy interconnectors?

My career: Kirsten McLaughlin

Company environment manager, WSP|Parsons Brinckerhoff

Firms complete test of protocol

The Natural Capital Protocol will be officially launched on 13 July after businesses completed testing a draft of the global framework for measuring a...

Energy lobby comes out in favour of renewables

A u-turn by the UK's biggest energy lobby group could have far-reaching significance for energy policy, according to experts.

Five-year plans published

A lack of reference to waste and recycling in Defra's five-year plan will damage the sector's ambitions to achieve higher recycling targets and genera...

Wales backs environment law

The Welsh assembly has approved legislation that will bring in measures to tackle climate change, including a target to reduce carbon emissions by at ...

IEMA chairs discussion on energy solutions for construction

Energy storage, the politics of specification, off-site construction and bridging the skills gap were just some of the topics covered during an IEMA-c...

Next ESOS assessor workshop confirmed

As one of only 11 organisations approved to operate a lead energy assessor register for the energy savings opportunity scheme (ESOS), IEMA is committe...

Paris climate agreement and UK policy

The UK should push on with the fifth carbon budget without delay.

IEMA to disseminate the environmental legacy of the Crossrail project

Last month, IEMA attended an industry event to mark the launch of Crossrail's learning legacy.

Practitioners' survey 2016 - the highlights

Annual IEMA poll reveals high levels of job satisfaction but a widening gender pay gap

Practitioners' survey 2016: salaries

An analysis of salaries according to sector, level of IEMA membership, region, age and gender, and a look at how many members received pay rises last ...

Practitioners' survey 2016 - qualifications, roles and job satisfaction

Survey results on qualifications, roles and job satisfaction provide a snapshot of a profession.

Brexit poll badly timed for circular economy

The UK could miss out in key negotiations on the circular economy package because of uncertainty caused by the EU referendum, industry experts have wa...

New IEMA corporate members announced

Three UK-based organisations and one from Nigeria have joined IEMA's list of corporate membership partners.

The ‘ins’ and the ‘outs’

Does the EU referendum result really matter?

Screening opinion for waste at Magnox site

Plans by Magnox to import packaged intermediate level nuclear waste for storage at its power station at Bradwell have moved forward after Essex County...

Latest EIA research

A new tool for EIA and a study on scoping.

EIA practice update with IEMA’s Josh Fothergill

News from IEMA's EIA network and beyond.


The impact of the higher education's revolving green fund and funding for research into the effect of man-made structures at sea.

In good spirits

Paul Suff hears how Bacardi is aiming to enhance the environment by putting back as much as it takes

Rethinking the carton

Catherine Early finds out how Tetra Pak is creating packaging that saves more than it costs

14004 published to aid implementation of 14001

The revised version of ISO 14004 has been published today after the final draft received unanimous backing.

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