Government response on targets

21st July 2022


The public consultation on the government’s environmental targets framework closed at the end of June. IEMA made a submission, setting out concerns.

Defra had been seeking views on a range of environmental targets covering air quality, water, biodiversity, and resource efficiency and waste reduction. Details of the full range of the targets propos

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