IEMA submits evidence to the Skidmore Review

24th November 2022


IEMA has responded to the Skidmore Review of Net Zero: call for evidence, calling for greater clarity and certainty in policy direction.

The review’s remit is to ensure that delivering net zero does not place undue burdens on businesses or consumers. It invited submissions on the challenges and opportunities that organisations face in

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