The UK will find it “virtually impossible” to achieve its emission reduction targets after the government decided to scrap the plug-in car grant for hybrid vehicles.
Energy minister Claire Perry has today written to the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) asking for advice on setting a net zero greenhouse gas emissions target for the UK economy.
The UK’s rapidly evolving energy transition is likely to trigger £6bn of investment in flexible power generation technologies between now and 2030, new research has found.
The ministerial rhetoric behind the government’s post-Brexit environmental watchdog is impressive, but will it have any power? Huw Morris reports.
The Co-op’s policy and campaigns director, Paul Gerrard FIEMA, talks to Chris Seekings about rooting out modern slavery and human trafficking from supply chains.
Small businesses are using innovation and disruption to tackle the global waste crisis. Katie Burton talks to four new start-ups in the sector.
The latest guidance, consultations and legislation.
Last month we held our 2018 AGM. As well as approving the previous year’s accounts and voting in new Board members, those who attended heard about the huge strides we are making, and how we are powering up to build on our successes.
Another busy year for the Impact Assessment Network steering group is coming to an end. In accordance with our terms of reference, four members are stepping down.
With less than six months to go before the UK exits the EU, IEMA – as part of the Broadway Initiative – is seeking your views on the Blueprint for an Environment Act.
Sustainability in Practice: Managing Compliance with Environmental and Human Rights Law in Organisations was launched on 27 September.
More than 20% of all IEMA members renewed their commitment to the new IEMA Code of Professional Conduct during September.