Transform Magazine October 2018
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Power of the people
David Burrows examines how activist groups are influencing big businesses to improve their environmental responsibility.
Environmental pressures and Brexit add up to inevitable change for the agricultural sector in the UK. But what form is this likely to take? Catherine Early investigates.
As Guyana embarks on the shift from agrarian to oil-rich economy, Steve Rowan and Leeza Pickering ponder whether it can avoid the pitfalls of the ‘resource curse’.
The ministerial rhetoric behind the government’s post-Brexit environmental watchdog is impressive, but will it have any power? Huw Morris reports.
Anuj Saush discusses how companies can manage their ESG reporting workload in a more productive way.
The National Drought Group has stressed the need to use water wisely, following the pressures placed on water resources and the environment during this summer’s heatwave.
The case of R. (on the application of Protreat Ltd) v Environment Agency, an application for judicial review, has been refused.
The operators of an illegal textile dyehouse, based in a residential area of Leicester, have been fined almost £60,000 in fines and costs.
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