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Following the King’s Speech earlier this week, Ben Goodwin, IEMA’s Director of Policy and Public Affairs, looks at some of the key areas where further detail and action is required.

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The King's Speech took place earlier today to mark the start of the new Parliamentary year. Several draft Bills relevant to the environment and wider sustainability sector were introduced. In this short blog Ben Goodwin, IEMA's Director of Policy and Public Affairs, reflects on some of the key announcements.

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IEMA responds to Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) consultation - Chloë Fiddy, IEMA’s Senior Policy and Engagement Lead for Climate Change and Energy sets out a summary of the consultation response and how the decisions might land, depending on the actions of the new government.

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IEMA has welcomed the Climate Change Committee's (CCC) latest report that sets out ten priorities for the new Government to get the UK “back on track” to net zero. IEMA CEO Sarah Mukherjee focuses on three of the ten priority areas in her response to the report: (1) the need for a net zero skills strategy, (2) climate adaptation, and (3) nature-based solutions.

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