IEMA's skills for a sustainable economy campaign continues to gather momentum, with VolkerWessels UK becoming the 40th supporter.
IEMA’s skills for a sustainable economy campaign continues to gather momentum, with VolkerWessels UK becoming the 40th supporter
Since its launch in October 2014, 38 organisations and two high-profile individuals – former MP Joan Walley and environmentalist Jonathon Porritt – have pledged their support for IEMA’s collaborative campaign to bridge the environment and sustainability skills gap. With the addition of VolkerWessels UK, a multi-disciplinary civil engineering and construction group, the list has reached a new milestone. Supporters range from sole trader consultancies to multinational companies, with growth driven largely by IEMA members who either work for or with the organisations backing the campaign.
Adrian Shah-Cundy, head of corporate responsibility at VolkerWessels, said: “We fully endorse IEMA’s skills for a sustainable economy campaign as employee and organisational skills, training, knowledge and experience are the very foundation of every good business.”
IEMA would like to thank VolkerWessels UK and all our campaign supporters for their backing and ongoing contributions.
If you would like to get involved in the campaign to gain profile and take advantage of a number of upcoming opportunities, visit iema.net/get-involved-0.