Welsh government expands provision of fully-funded IEMA courses
IEMA can now provide more businesses with environmental and sustainability training that is 100% funded by the Welsh government after a salary cap was recently lifted.Workers earning more than £29,500 had previously been unable to access the full-funded courses, however, this criteria has been removed for the 2022/23 academic year to encourage higher-earning staff
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Career profile: Christopher Cleveland, MIEMA, CEnv, CMIOSH
Head of sustainability at Freightliner Group
IEMA is delighted to announce that our membership has grown to more than 20,000 professionals working in environment and sustainability roles. This is a 30% growth since 2020, making IEMA one of the largest membership organisations within the sector.
UK businesses helping to deliver net-zero emissions across the country are contributing £71bn in Gross Value Added (GVA) to the economy, which is more than twice the contribution of the energy sector.
New green industries could be worth more than $10trn (£8.2trn) to the global economy by 2050, which would be equivalent to over 5% of the world’s GDP that year, a new report claims.
Sectors that are vital for decarbonising the UK’s economy are struggling to appeal to students, a survey of 4,000 16-23-year-olds has found.
Tom Pashby reflects on the feelings of pessimism experienced by many within the climate movement
At IEMA Connect 2022 we launched the first stage of our Green Careers Hub, an exciting new project with lots more content to come next year.