This month's successful members
IEMA would like to congratulate the following individuals on successfully upgrading their membership:
Martin Simon Wittekind
Adebanji Adekoya, Shell Nigeria
Douglas McMillan, Biologic
Andrea Taylor, Xodus Group
Full and CEnv
Yetunde Abdul, Building Research Establishment
Paul Adderely, Sustainable Opportunity Solutions
Jerome Baddley, Nottingham Energy Partnership
Melanie Reid, Mott Macdonald
Peter Whipp, RSK
Robert White, White Peak Planning
New jobs that help drive the UK towards net-zero emissions are set to offer salaries that are almost one-third higher than those in carbon-intensive industries, research suggests.
The Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD) has today been launched to support financial institutions and corporates in assessing and managing emerging risks and opportunities as the world looks to reverse biodiversity loss.
The UK government's investment plans for green jobs lag far behind those of most G7 countries, potentially undermining its net-zero emissions target, the Trades Union Congress (TUC) has warned.
Nearly half of workers would accept a lower salary to work for an organisation that is socially and environmentally responsible, a survey of over 14,000 consumers in nine countries has uncovered.