Ozone layer on track to recover by 2060s, UN study finds
The ozone layer above the Antarctic is set to recover to 1980 levels in around four decades, and significantly earlier above the rest of the world, a UN study has found.In a new quadrennial assessment report, the researchers confirm the phase out of nearly 99% of banned ozone-depleting substances since the Montreal Protocol was agreed more than 30 years ago. If curre
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Dr Parag Khanna, founder of FutureMap, talks to Chris Seekings about how climate change, mass migration, globalisation and other powerful trends will force us to reimagine the world map
Professionals working in environment and sustainability know it’s impossible to predict the future, especially relating to trends in our sector. With that in mind, I asked IEMA members to send me their thoughts on what we can expect to see in 2023 – a steep challenge.
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.