Welcome to the February issue of The Environment. It's grey outside, but we have a lively mix of stories to kindle your interest:

B Corp leaders discuss how to make your business greener

My Environment: Brazilian conservationist Rodrigo Costa Araujo talks marmosets, money and the small choices that make a big difference

Interview: TV's Liz Bonnin gives the inside track on her new documentary about global livestock farming

Analysis: Glasgow and Edinburgh lead the race, at city level, to get carbon neutral

Careers: diversity and inclusion

Careers: a new study reveals a mental health crisis among male engineers

Pollution: is noise a public-health problem?

Flood: we need to find new ways for stricken communities and the authorities to talk to each other, writes Phiala Mehring

Flood: Reagan Duff looks at how the Welsh government is shoring up defences along the North Wales coast

Photo essay: Environmental Photographer of the Year SL Shanth Kumar documents flood-hit communities in India

Water: is groundwater the answer to urban water shortages?

Infrastructure: a blue-green New Orleans

Policy: holding the new UK government to account

CIWEM News: CIWEM buys Flood and Coast

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