May/June 2000

Publication date:
May 2000

May/June 2000

  1. The cost of climate change - UK report is a world first
  2. Mullin announces £21 million for contaminated land cleanup
  3. PCBs to be phased out
  4. A new beginning - Sir Robert May
  5. The Air Quality Strategy - an evolving process - N.K. Woodfield, C.I. Beattie and J.W.S. Longhurst
  6. Campaigners challenge business to capitalise on the environment
  7. Light rail for urban transport?
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