The amended EIA Directive says population and human health factors should be on the list of environmental topics considered by EIA. Your new “primer” document helps you understand the implications of this change.
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IEMA has been actively involved in development of the European Union’s EIA Directive since 2009, when members provided evidence to the European Commission’s research that led to the effectiveness review produced in that year. In 2012, IEMA was the only professional body referenced in the Commission’s initial proposal to amend the Directive and we actively participated in influencing the 2014 amendment.
Alongside this IEMA has been working over the past five years to prepare UK practitioners for the new requirements introduced by the May 2017 transposition. Through 2016 and into 2017, IEMA members actively engaged with all six of the UK Government consultations on the transposition.
We are now focussed on providing access to our EIA Transposition resources to ensure IEMA members are well briefed, prepared and supported in delivering effective EIA to enable quality development across the UK.
IEMA members can log in and access IEMA’s EIA Transposition Consultation Responses, Presentations, Webinars and Guidance here.
It’s now even easier to set your goals, record, reflect and get results with our new approach to CPD. No matter what activities you get involved in, make sure it counts towards your annual CPD. That not only helps you continue your career journey, it's a mandatory requirement for all Professional membership grades. From Graduate to Fellow, all members will now have to declare they have taken part in relevant CPD activities each year in order to retain their membership. So don't delay;
Click here to download your forms, set your goals and start building your 2017 CPD record now.
The effects of GHG emissions are integral to the understanding of any project’s impact – but do you know where to start. If not, get to grips with best practice in assessing GHG emissions and evaluating their significance in EIA projects with this new, free guide.
In partnership with CIEEM and CIRIA we have just published the UK’s first set of good practice principles on Biodiversity Net Gain.
The principles provide a framework for industry to help improve the UK’s biodiversity by contributing towards strategic priorities to conserve and enhance nature. They also provide a way for industry to show that projects followed good practice when seeking to achieve a biodiversity net gain.
You can now download your free copy of Biodiversity Net Gain – Good Practice Principles for Development by clicking here.
Transforming the world to sustainability requires organisational leadership, skilled professionals and a desire for change.
Concerns that once seemed distant are now here, and increasingly impacting on a massive range of critical economic, social and environmental issues worldwide. What can we do to tackle the issues, and prosper?
Download your free copy of Beyond The Perfect Storm to get the full story and some inspiration for action.
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The new ISO 20400 sustainable procurement standard is the world’s first international standard to provide guidance on delivering sustainability objectives through supply chains.
Delivering sustainable outcomes through supply chains is a core part of many sustainability roles, but do you know where to start? If not, don’t worry. We’ve created a special free briefing guide to help you navigate your way through the new requirements and responsibilities that you need to understand.
Download your free copy of Delivering Sustainable Outcomes Through Supply Chains Using ISO 20400 here.
The UK Government is consulting on an Industrial Strategy Green Paper which we believe has the potential to accelerate the transition to a sustainable economy. We want your input to inform our consultation response, and have developed a handy briefing to help you understand the issue and guide your input.
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Businesses globally are failing to tap into a trillion dollars’ worth of savings through poor resource management – that’s a lot of money to throw away. We’re launching a new briefing with AECOM designed to help business around the world use the new ISO 14001:2015 to turn waste into resources.
Help your business to reduce its environmental impact, save money and steer the world towards a circular economy. This new management framework of the revised ISO 14001 standard provides the ideal opportunity and approach to stimulate efficient and effective use of resources. With over 300,000 organisations worldwide certificated to ISO 14001, this presents a significant opportunity to enhance global uptake of SRM approaches.
This in-depth briefing provides you with useful insight into how to use your EMS to drive sustainable resource management initiatives across your organisation and its value-chain. IEMA members get free access to this important business resource.
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