Transform Magazine October 2013
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Software special: Rebooting reports
With the introduction of mandatory GHG reporting, the environmentalist examines what carbon accounting software can offer organisations
Nick Blyth, policy and practice lead on climate change at IEMA, on the development of IEMA's response to Decc's consultation on implementing the Energy Efficiency Directive
The IPCC's findings that we've already emitted more than half the total CO2 we can while halting global warming at 2C is a stark wake up call, argues Paul Suff
Clare Topping reveals what inspired her to change her career path and become an energy and sustainability manager
All nominations for the 2013 IEMA graduate award have been received and are now being reviewed by the four judges ahead of a session to select this year's winner
Josh Fothergill, IEMA's practice and policy lead on environmental impact assessment (EIA), discusses the efforts being made to streamline the EIA process
Individual government ministers and shadow ministers are working to promote the pro-environment agenda, but the same level of commitment is not reflected by the leadership of the three main political parties in Westminster, say NGOs
Governments that fail to manage water risks will jeopardise growing populations and cities, economic growth and food or energy security, claims new research from the OECD
Alan Whitehead, MP, discusses why fracking for shale gas will not become a major UK industry
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