Europe invested an unremarkable €27bn (£23.4bn) in new wind farms last year, but falling costs mean this will finance a record 16.7GW of capacity, analysis by WindEurope has revealed.
A massive $4.9trn (£3.8trn) of planned investment in new oil and gas exploration and extraction over the next decade is incompatible with the Paris Agreement’s goals.
Centre and conservative parties in the European Parliament have failed to treat climate change with the urgency needed, a new ranking from Climate Action Network (CAN) Europe has revealed.
Nigel Haigh has spent the past 40 years observing the EU closely. He tells Huw Morris what Brexit means for businesses and environmental policy – and why the UK and EU will both lose out
A ‘Green New Deal’ proposal has caused political waves across the US, with many questioning the feasibility and scope of its climate policies. Chris Seekings reports
The ‘energy return on investment’ metric is proving that renewable energy can be as efficient as fossil fuels, says Rick Gould – what exactly is it?
March 2019 legislation updates for England and Wales.
March 2019 legislation updates for UK Guidance.
March 2019 legislation updates for the UK.
IEMA’s work on the forthcoming Environment Bill is gathering pace, with only a relatively short period of time left before it is due to be put before parliament.
The International Organisation for Standardisation’s (ISO) Joint Technical Co-ordination Group (JTCG) has recently commenced the revision of Annex SL of the ISO directives.
IEMA is working as part of the Broadway Initiative to develop environmental governance proposals for when the UK leaves the EU.
In achieving IEMA’s goals for transforming the world to sustainability, we rely on our environment and sustainability professionals in business.
Hannah Lesbirel reports on the key takeaways from IEMA Futures’ ‘Brexit: What does it mean for the environment?’ event
IEMA Futures is a network of students, graduates and young professionals who are passionate about environment and sustainability issues.