JESSICA funding, ecological considerations for planners and UK Location Strategy feature alongside articles on land tenure in China, digital documentation of the world's deepest mine in South Africa and valuation of mineral assets in Austrialia
Tenure for China At a time of social unrest over lack of property rights in China, a rural land registration and cadastre system is taking shape in remote Anhui province. By Christopher Barlow
Who wants to be a minerals surveyor? The MSc Surveying (Minerals) course at Northumbria University is attracting non-cognate graduate students. By Andy Dunhill
Emission control The UK is investing in improving methods of measuring and mitigating greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture. By Toby Mottram
The duty to protect Developers should have a good grasp of ecological law and policy. By Penny Simpson
Sustainability is for taxes too Applying the principles of sustainability to taxation of land and buildings leads to a virtuous circle of added value. By Frances Plimmer and William J McCluskey
Tunnel vision A UK surveying company has broken new ground by digitally documenting the depths of the world’s deepest mine. By James Jobling-Purser and Rekha Voralia
Maps and mantras The time is right to make known your location data needs and problems via the UK Location User Group. By Robin Waters
JESSICA to the rescue This important European funding stream for sustainable economic development is the subject of a forthcoming RICS information paper. By Jonathan Bull-Diamond
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