Transform Magazine November 2015
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Rosa Richards looks at managing cyber threats as part of environmental risk management
The risk of a serious cyber attack on civil nuclear power plants is increasing, according to a study from policy institute Chatham House.
Paul Suff looks at Volkswagen's sustainability report in the light of Dieselgate
The negotiating text for a global climate deal has become more balanced following talks in Bonn, quelling concerns among some countries that the draft was biased, the head of the UN's climate change negotiations has said.
Environmental consultancies should work on brand awareness to drive growth, according to analysts at Verdantix.
Businesses will be able to benefit financially from reducing energy demand at peak periods after the launch of a service by electricity supplier SmartestEnergy.
Alan Whitehead asks whether storage is the answer to the capacity crunch
Campaigners and MEPs have urged an EU committee to reject proposals by the European commission that would allow the motor industry to exceed limits on nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions in real-world emissions (RDE) tests.
European policymakers have been warned that targets for lower CO2 emissions from energy-intensive industries are out of reach without the introduction of mitigation technologies.
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