IEMA proposes amendments to Environment Bill

30th January 2020


Sustainability body IEMA has proposed a series of amendments to the UK government's flagship Environment Bill after it was reintroduced to parliament today.

The bill intends to enshrine environmental principles into UK law after Brexit, and introduces a framework for legally binding targets to tackle biodiversity loss, air pollution, waste, and improve wa

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