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Clean hydrogen could cut industrial emissions by third

Hydrogen generated from renewable sources could slash global greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuels and industry by a third, research from BloombergNEF has suggested (BNEF).

Energy | Renewable | Global | 31 March 2020
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Electric vehicle trade bodies join forces

The UK Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment Association (UK EVSE) will merge with the REA's EV Forum to provide a unified voice for the sector.

30 March 2020
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IEMA launches digital impact assessment guide

IEMA has today published new guidance to help the sustainability profession embrace digital practices throughout impact assessment (IA) processes.

25 March 2020

Features

 

Mary Martin: Corporations & community

Mary Martin tells Chris Seekings why a new approach to corporate social responsibility is needed to put local communities at the heart of decision-making

28 February 2020

Awards spotlight: SITA Air Transport Community Foundation

Amber Harrison, IEMA Fellow and director of CSR and sustainability at SITA, talks about the project that won IEMA's Community or Social Value Award

28 February 2020

Citizens assemble

Chris Seekings travels to the first UK citizens' assembly on climate change to hear from the people tasked with advising the government on the best path to net-zero

28 February 2020

Knowledge Centre

 

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Wales

Legislation updates for August 2019.

 

Waste | 9 September 2019
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Northern Ireland

Legislation updates for August 2019.

9 September 2019
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Ireland

Legislation updates for August 2019.

9 September 2019

IEMA News

 

IEMA responds to Scotland’s circular economy strategy

Since publishing Making Things Last: A Circular Economy Strategy for Scotland in 2016, Scotland has shown a commitment to a circular economy via measures tackling single-use carrier bags and proposals for a drinks container deposit return scheme.

28 February 2020

Clarifying 'net-zero'

Following workshops and a survey in November, IEMA’s Climate Change steering group has been considering the landscape around terms such as ‘net-zero’. 

28 February 2020

Racial diversity: further and faster

Our profession needs to get its act together on racial diversity, says Jamie Agombar – which is why IEMA has co-published a statement of intent on how it plans to tackle the issue

28 February 2020

Sustainability Leaders Forum: ‘What makes a sustainability leader?’

On 12 December 2019, IEMA Fellows and full members, together with other experienced sustainability professionals, gathered for the biannual Sustainability Leaders Forum at AECOM headquarters, London. 

31 January 2020
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The 2020 agenda

The policy and legislative outlook for 2020 will see significant developments from a sustainability perspective. 

31 January 2020

PSC seeks new committee members

Following on from Professional Standards Committee (PSC) chair Shaun McCarthy article in November’s Transform about the importance of rigorous standards and the role the committee plays, IEMA is delighted to confirm that it has two committee vacancies to fill, and is welcoming applicants from diverse backgrounds and with a broad range of skills.

31 January 2020
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