Energy reduction is a priority action area at the top of the IEMA GHG Management hierarchy, essential in helping to achieve and sustain carbon reductions and zero-carbon transition. Energy and associated impacts, often form key environmental aspects within Environmental Management Systems. Issues also extend to challenges such as fuel poverty and security of supply.
Spring Budget 2023 – nuclear energy declared ‘environmentally sustainable’
Jeremy Hunt unveiled a raft of environmental commitments during his first budget this afternoon, including huge boosts for nuclear energy and carbon capture and storage (CCS).
A huge amount of agricultural land or renewable electricity would be required to produce the sustainable fuel needed to deliver net-zero emissions for the UK’s aviation sector.
The UK government has still not spent one-third of the funding pledged to make buildings energy efficient and decarbonise heat, new analysis has revealed.
Fossil fuel companies are enticing huge numbers of workers away from renewable energy firms with the promise of high salaries and perks, a new global study has uncovered.
The UK government has today confirmed the creation of four new departments, including a Department for Energy Security and Net Zero.
Members of IEMA’s policy team outline the key issues facing sustainability professionals in 2023 and beyond
Reducing the chemical industry’s carbon emissions will be crucial if we are to reach net zero, says Roger Wareing. How can it be done?
The UK government has pledged £10m in funding for a new research hub that will look to boost innovation in transport and create low-carbon jobs over the next 25 years.