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

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Insight

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 www.lr.org and hard copies can be requested via the web site or email to lloydsreg@lr.org Copies of Insight magazine are available on request from lloydsreg@lr.org

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

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