There are no countries in the G20 with climate pledges compatible with the Paris Agreement’s goal of limiting global warming to 1.5˚C above pre-industrial levels.
An extra $20bn (£15.5bn) of finance will be needed each year to achieve a UN goal to provide universal, sustainable and modern energy for all by 2030, research has found.
Four in 10 of the world’s largest extractive, agricultural, and clothing or footwear companies are failing to identify or mitigate human rights issues in their supply chains.
Top energy economist Dieter Helm has a reputation for not mincing his words. He talks to Huw Morris about Brexit, vested interests and why the UK is in a mess about waste.
Emanuela Vanacore, Josh Fothergill, Derek Diener and Mats Williander explore the role ISO 14001 and BS 8001 could play in helping companies manage their environmental aspects.
Catherine Early reports back from the 2018 Valuing Landscape conference, where landscape and built environment professionals heard the latest thinking on how nature and its benefits can be valued
Legislation updates for 2019.
The latest guidance and legislation.
Following great feedback from members about how we could make maintaining a CPD record easier and more valuable, IEMA is getting ready to activate a new online system at the start of next year.
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: there is no better source of collective environment and sustainability knowledge than the IEMA membership.
Further to IEMA’s confirmed presence at COP24, we have also submitted evidence into the COP Talanoa Dialogue.
In early autumn, IEMA and our members were selected by the UK Home Office to contribute to a review of the world’s first dedicated Modern Slavery Act.