Look out for the new Downloaded
IEMA is set to relaunch Downloaded - the Institute's enewsletter - as a fortnightly update later this month.
Publication of the newsletter – which was previously available as a download from iema.net – was halted in 2012 as the Institute looked at ways of making it a more useful format for members.
The revamped Downloaded will now provide members with links to the latest IEMA news, events, policy updates and the most popular downloads of recently published materials.
IEMA will email a link to the new Downloaded during the final week of January to all members with an active email address. Publication will then occur fortnightly, alternating with the environmentalist enewsletter and giving members a weekly update direct to their inbox.
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Climate change remains one of the top issues most concerning the UK public, despite the economic turmoil experienced over the last 18 months, a poll commissioned by IEMA has found.
The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) has today unveiled the most significant changes to its reporting standards since 2016, setting a new benchmark for corporate sustainability.
A group of world-leading climate scientists has today warned that carbon pricing is currently too low to deliver a just transition to a net-zero economy, and that "urgent reforms" are needed.
The Royal Botanic Gardens (RBG) in Kew has today unveiled a new strategy to tackle biodiversity loss and develop sustainable nature-based solutions to some of humanity’s biggest global challenges.
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