Hosted during week 2 of COP26, this panel discussion focused on how to build a business case around taking action on climate change.
In the last episode of the third season of a day in the Life miniseries we digitally shadowed Alexis Massey a full member of IEMA who’s career path took him from working in environmental auditing to work for the Environment Agency as a Sustainable Business Manager, managing a team of Sustainability professionals.
The third season of a day in the Life miniseries is about Environmental Auditing. On our second episode of this season we digitally shadowed a practitioner member Alasdair Dalzel-Job who works as an Environmental business advisor conducting energy audits on SMEs across the UK.
IEMA's Tom Pashby spoke with Helena Bennett, Senior Policy Adviser at Green Alliance at COP26, on their desires to see more ambition on the 1.5 target, fazing out of fossil fuels and proper policy regulations to follow through on promises for action.
IEMA's Tom Pashby speaks with Harriet Lamb, CEO of Ashden on spotlighting sustainability solutions and how children and young people can be equipped with the green skills they need for the future, especially in the developing world.
IEMA's Tom Pashby talks with Sustainability Consultant, Ben Barrett PIEMA REnvP on his hopes to see the bicycle elevated as a solution and key to achieving net zero targets
Head of sustainability at Scania, Tanya Neech discusses their hopes and dreams for COP and how their science-based targets are guiding them to making a long-term change for the better and becoming fossil-free by 2040.
Managing Director at Scania, James Armstrong discusses how their partnership with IEMA helps them to build their green skills and why sustainability and their path to net zero is at the top of their priorities but need the government on board to make good policy decisions.