If you have been thinking of upgrading your membership to Full with Chartered Environmentalist status come along to this event where you can find out more about the membership standard and application process. This event will also launch a new group mentoring initiative being facilitated by IEMA volunteer mentors from the IEMA Wales Network to support you in your application. The group will offer regular but informal meetings to support and share experiences, knowledge and importantly encouragement.
Preparing our transport infrastructure for a changing climate
The seminar is being organised in conjunction with the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA). Three speakers will provide an insight into how Scotland is preparing for, and addressing, climate change.
• Joe Haggs of Adaptation Scotland will provide an overview of climate change adaptation actions underway in Scotland
• Julie Robertson of Glasgow City Council will provide an introduction to the Climate Ready Clyde project. The presentation will explain how the public sector, businesses and communities from Glasgow and the Clyde Valley are working together to address climate change challenges.
This note will give you an overview of the chemical toxicity issue and of REACH regulations. It outlines some key areas that may affect you in the short term. In addition it will provide advice on how to be proactive on some issues that could affect your business.
IEMA is a member of this All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) and participates in a number of developments in biodiversity, ecosystem services and in the valuation of natural capital. The APPG has agreed that IEMA can make its event reports on these developments available to IEMA members.