Transform Magazine October 2017
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John Lanchbery believes there are real opportunities to fix the land use accounting rules in tackling national emission reduction targets
Paul McNamee investigates the repercussions of the UK’s failure to come up with a policy to meet the fourth, let alone the fifth, carbon budget
The Internet of Things and ‘smart sensors’ are industry buzzwords at the moment, but what do they mean for the monitoring and management of utilities use Rosa Richards reports
We must push the boundaries of geotechnical science and practice to secure the UN’s sustainability goals, says Changiz Roohnavaz
The Natural History Museum’s curator of marine mammals, Richard Sabin, tells Chris Seekings about the institution’s latest star attraction and his optimism that it will inspire future generations to conserve our natural world
A quarter of a century after the British Standards Institution launched the world’s first environmental management standard, the now global ISO 14001 remains a bedrock of common-sense guidance. David Fatscher reports
IEMA’s head of training and development, Emma Bellingham, tells Transform more about the environmental management courses on offer, what they entail, and who should apply
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