Issue 4 of “Insight” looks at the polar challenges and the impact of COP17

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Lloyd’s Register magazine covers the issues that matter most to the people and industries it serves

The fourth edition of Insight, Lloyd’s Register’s issues-driven magazine for its clients and other industry stakeholders, covers a wide range of subjects affecting the critical infrastructure that society relies on to sustain life, and the quality of life. This issue has contributions from influential executives who have a unique view and a huge depth of expertise with some of the issues that are changing the world in which we live.

This issue’s contents include:

  • protecting the polar regions, examining thebalance between developing the Arctic’s resources and trade routes, whileprotecting our planet’s last great wilderness, Antarctica, for future generations
  • an interview with Koji Sekimizu, Secretary-General of the IMO
  • E-idea, helping young eco-entrepreneurs todevelop innovative environmental projects and businesses
  • the continuing evolution of the international quality standard, ISO 9001
  • lessons learned by Andrew McCusker, former Operations Director, MTR, while managing the assets of Hong Kong’s metro and rail systems
  • Henry Derwent, President & CEO of IETA, James Smith, Chairman of the Carbon Trust, and Joan MacNaughton, Senior VP, Environmental Policies and Global Advocacy, Alstom, discuss the outcome of COP17 and related issues
  • Engineering the Olympics – Sir John Armitt, Chairman, ODA.

The magazine can be downloaded from the Lloyd’s Register website and hard copies can be requested via the web site or email to Copies of Insight magazine are available on request from

For enquiries contact: Kathy Davis, Group Publications Manager, Lloyd’s Register Group Services Limited, T +44 (0)20 7423 2654, E

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