Transform Magazine October 2020
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Energy from waste: The burning issue
Should the UK be ramping up its energy-from-waste capacity? David Burrows investigates
Martina Girvan and Nicky Hartley set out how biodiversity net gain may be maximised within new developments
Elisabeth Jeffries explores various methods that could help decarbonise UK heavy industry
Uchechukwu Okere asks: is education on sustainable development still an optional extra in higher education institutions?
Our children have just gone back to school, and we are back into the swing of the cycle commute – our kids rarely go anywhere if it isn't on two wheels. We live in a town where everything we need is within a 20-minute bike ride. Not everyone is so lucky, but the pandemic has had ministers musing over whether they could be.
What three books have informed your thinking, broadened your horizon, and influenced your actions? This month, Marek Bidwell presents his selection...
The COVID-19 pandemic failed to prevent IEMA from celebrating the winners of its Sustainability Impact Awards 2020 last month.
Climate change, conflict and civil unrest threaten to displace one billion people by 2050, triggering huge political and social impacts worldwide.
The world has failed to meet any of the Aichi biodiversity targets for 2020 agreed 10 years ago, a UN report has revealed.
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