One year on from our launch, our Summer edition features a host of high-profile contributors, topical issues, vital news and political opinions.
The ebook for the magazine can be read here.
In a timely move, given today’s historic announcement from the team working at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Geneva, EAEM’s Editor Nick Bent has interviewed Professor Jeff Forshaw for the Summer edition. A world-leading particle physicist at the University of Manchester and a superb communicator on science and technology, Jeff Forshaw is a co-author of numerous books and articles with fellow mancunian academic Professor Brian Cox. Their jointly-authored books include The Quantum Universe, whose vibrant cover was designed by Peter Saville, of Factory Records and Joy Division/New Order fame.
Professor Forshaw is an ardent advocate of greater investment in Britain’s science base and appears regularly on TV and in the national press. He tells EAEM Magazine his views on science, students and CERN (on which much of his work is based) and also advocates an immediate doubling of the UK’s science budget.
Our main feature is a profile of the new Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, Rt Hon Ed Davey MP. We examine the ‘trilemma’ of challenges facing the new Minister as he gets to grips with his controversial portfolio.
We also publish views on Ed Davey from:
And for our International Focus, we are delighted that the EU Energy Commissioner, Guenther Oettinger, is writing for EAEM about ‘Roadmap 2050’, which is his grand strategy for European energy policy.
Plus we have over a dozen full-page special features on specific commercial and technical areas of the energy and environmental management sector, authored by academics and industry experts. Examples include: Emissions & Air Pollution; Data Centres – Energy Efficiency; Smart Meters and the Smart Grid; Biomass Energy; Retrofitting and the Green Deal; Sustainable Water Resource Management in England; Heat Pumps; Nuclear Skills and Training; Tackling Fats, Oils and Grease (FOG); Building Energy Management; Energy from Waste; Solar Power in the UK; ESTA and the Energy Consultant Register.
And finally, we profile two more Rising Stars of the energy and environmental management sector in partnership with the Society for the Environment.
We hope you enjoy our Summer edition. Please click on the ebook below.