Water sector plans could be greener
Just one-third of water companies in England and Wales have good strategies to minimise abstraction from environmentally sensitive sources, say conservation groupsA coalition of environmental charities, including WWF-UK, RSPB and Waterwise, have published an analysis of water companies’ proposed business plans for 2015–20 and the approaches to dealing with envi
Continue reading this with an IEMA membership
Already a Member?
Join now & unlock access to
- News, analysis & innovation from our sector
- IEMA webinars, podcasts and publications
- Training and career opportunities
- Unprecedented industry networking
Start your IEMA journey today!
Turning the tide on inequality
Jayati Ghosh, professor of economics at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, talks to Chris Seekings about how inequality is destroying the planet, and what we can do about it.
Extinction Rebellion has promised to step up protests and civil disobedience after a list of its demands for the UK government fell on deaf ears in April. Will this help or hinder the cause, asks Chris Seekings
While technology exists to enable economic growth without destroying the planet, we can’t rely on it as the sole solution to climate catastrophe, says Tom Pashby
The Climate Change Act 2008 put in place the Adaptation Reporting Power (ARP), which has now been going for three rounds, in five-year cycles.
Around a third of the UK’s greenhouse gas emissions arise from sectors that are directly shaped or influenced by local authorities.
Green technologies can replace Russian natural gas by 2028, according to a study by the University of Oxford.
A quarter of large and medium-sized companies in Great Britain have hidden their sustainability credentials – also known as ‘greenhushing’ – over the last 12 months, new research suggests.
The number of people exposed to dangerously hot temperatures will increase from around 60 million today to two billion by 2100 under current climate policies, a new study has found.