IEMA gives evidence to EAC inquiry into green jobs
IEMA's director of policy and external affairs, Martin Baxter, has today given oral evidence to the Environmental Audit Committee's (EAC) inquiry into green jobs.This comes after IEMA's written submission to the inquiry last month called for a national 'Green Jobs and Skills Strategy' to embed climate change and environmental protection and improvement across
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