The Broadway Initiative is a platform for all sectors of the economy and society to work together on the frameworks, plans and partnerships needed to meet net-zero emissions and wider environmental goals.
Members come from the worlds of business, NGOs, professional bodies, governance, policymaking and academia. Click here for a list of members and others advising the initiative.
A proposal for how the Government can structure its public investment in nature over the next four years in England to leverage private investment at scale and demonstrate the conditions for investment needed over the longer term.
A broad alliance of business, environmental and professional bodies sets out targeted changes to the Bill necessary to empower the economy and communities to plan and invest in line with environmental goals.
A shared spatial vision will be essential for any place to meet environmental and carbon reduction goals. This initial working paper discusses how a framework could be developed in a new Environment Bill.
Broadway has developed a blueprint for an Environment Act and tested and refined it through engagement with over 40 industry bodies, 15 environmental groups and 40 professional bodies, learned societies or thinktanks. The general principles apply to all UK nations but with an immediate focus on a Westminster Bill.
We are sharing this working paper widely with stakeholders to stimulate discussion on key aspects of the governance framework in a future Environment Bill.
Before the publication of the government’s Environment Bill, the Broadway Initiative set out what’s needed to enable all parts of society to plan, invest and collaborate to improve the environment.
This paper has been co-developed with academics from all four UK nations to evaluate the case for shared governance architecture.
This case study has been developed in dialogue and discussion with key stakeholders with an interest in how the water environment is managed.
More about The Broadway Initiative
Broadway has been set up to pursue the most effective ways of governing the environment in the interest of society as a whole. We are grateful for financial support from the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation and for financial and in-kind contributions from member organisations. The Institute of Environmental Management Assessment is acting as incubating organisation for the initiative to provide the required financial governance and administrative support.
The initiative is governed by a project board which consists of: Martin Baxter (IEMA), Allen Creedy (Federation of Small Businesses), Stephanie Hilborne (The Wildlife Trusts), Professor Paul Leinster (Cranfield University) and Peter Young (Green Purposes Company).