Politics & Economics
Across a range of levels, be that regionally, nationally or internationally politicians are taking some of the biggest decisions that determine how environmental and sustainability challenges are addressed. Similarly, economies right across the globe are intertwined with the state of the natural environment, with business decisions impacted and impacting progress towards more sustainable ways of living.
Politics & Economics articles
The North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA) has this week granted permission for drilling at the controversial Rosebank oil and gas field located 80 miles north-west of Shetland.
The UK government has confirmed that requirements for developers to deliver biodiversity net gain (BNG) with new houses and infrastructure will be delayed until January 2024.
IEMA’s Policy and Practice member groups have identified several areas in which action is required to address the many challenges that we face in relation to the ongoing climate change and biodiversity crises.
The UN has published its first official ‘global stocktake’ of progress tackling climate change since the Paris Agreement, which shows that ambition and implementation “must be accelerated rapidly”.