New Biodiversity and Natural Capital Member Network
This month, IEMA is launching a member network focusing on biodiversity and natural capital.We depend on nature for our businesses and wellbeing, and yet biodiversity is declining more quickly than at any other time in human history. However, there is action underway. We’ve recently seen a
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Most companies failing to track impact on biodiversity
Seven out of 10 companies that disclosed their environmental impact to CDP last year did not monitor their impact on biodiversity, and are unprepared for incoming regulations.
A new framework developed by IEMA to help businesses act on biodiversity loss and contribute towards nature restoration has officially launched today.
Members of IEMA’s policy team outline the key issues facing sustainability professionals in 2023 and beyond
IEMA has been working with the UK Business and Biodiversity Forum, the RSPB, the Aldersgate Group and the International Chamber of Commerce to create a Nature Positive Business Pledge.
An influential Lords Committee has recommended the establishment of a new commission in England to improve decisions and processes determining how land is used.
The UK government’s progress on delivering its 25-year plan to improve the environment has “fallen far short”, with many “extremely worrying” trends remaining unchecked, the Office for Environmental Protection (OEP) has warned today.
UN secretary-general António Guterres called on nations to agree a "peace pact with nature" at the start of the COP15 biodiversity summit in Canada this week.
Myles Allen, director of the Oxford Net Zero initiative, talks to Chris Seekings about the best way to decarbonise the world’s economy by 2050