Transform Magazine September 2013
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A lack of capital can prevent firms installing energy efficiency equipment, but there is money available. Paul Suff takes a look at some of the funding options
Following the recent high-profile protests over the environmental impacts of shale gas extraction, Paul Suff discusses the role the profession plays in such projects
Investing in parks, green roofs and river restoration can bring tangible economic benefits locally, according to a new study commissioned by Defra and Natural England
The code setting sustainability criteria for new build homes is to be scrapped in a bid to cut "red tape", the communities department has confirmed
The waste sector has criticised a consultation document from Defra setting out its proposals for a waste prevention plan (WPP) for England
Volatility in the price of raw materials is seen by multinationals as the greatest risk to their global supply chains, according to the latest research from PwC and MIT's Forum for Supply Chain Innovation
UK manufacturers can now access support for activities and operations subject to the EU REACH Regulation following the launch of a dedicated training and consultancy service by EEF
A fault at a wastewater pumping station led to numerous discharges of untreated effluent into the sea near Margate and has resulted in Southern Water being fined £200,000
Dr Diana Montgomery discusses her career and the bright future she sees ahead for the environment profession and IEMA
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