More organisations join IEMA campaign to bridge skills gap
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Four more organisations have made official their support for IEMA's campaign on preparing for the perfect storm.
A growing number of organisations and well-known environmentalists have now signed up as official supporters of the campaign, which aims to stimulate collaborative action to bridge the environment and sustainability skills gap. With the latest signatures, the campaign is now approaching 40 supporters. IEMA wishes to thank the latest supporters, namely:
- Royal Haskoning DHV
- KR Enviroconsult
- Cynnal Cymru/Sustain Wales
- Bespoke Supportive Tenancies
Organisations backing the campaign will be contributing to the events, initiatives and research taking place this year and next.
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