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25th November
2020

IEMA reacts to the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement – which risks undermining commitment to tackling the climate emergency

IEMA’s Director of Policy and External Affairs Martin Baxter responds to the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement.

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6th November
2020

Astutis launch new eLearning Environmental Sustainability Skills Training

Health, Safety and Environmental training specialist Astutis has partnered with the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA) to launch two new work-place eLearning environmental sustainability skills c...

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27th October
2020

Health Impact Assessment in Planning

The eighth volume from the Impact Assessment Outlook Journal series brings together a selection of articles on HIA in planning. With the world still in the midst of the Covid-19 global pandemic, a focus on health has nev...

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15th October
2020

IEMA comments on draft ISO standard on sustainable finance

IEMA's official response to draft standard ISO 32210

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7th October
2020

Now or Never…

That’s the bold title of Willmott Dixon’s new sustainability strategy which was launched on the 29th September.

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1st October
2020

Reforming Environmental Impact Assessment

In response to the ongoing Government consultation on ‘Planning for the Future’ and in advance of the anticipated Autumn consultation on EIA reforms, IEMA has recently set out advice to the Government teams working on th...

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23rd September
2020

Environmental renaissance depends on delivering legally binding targets

Establishing legally binding targets through the Environment Bill is a welcome and necessary step towards setting the country on the path to a greener future.

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18th September
2020

IEMA Sustainability Impact Awards 2020

In only its second year, IEMA’s Sustainability Impact Awards have attracted an impressive range of shortlisted projects, organisations and individuals across 21 categories.

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20th July
2020

IEMA responds to Government’s commitment to put nature at the centre of a green recovery

Reforming EIAs must be evidence-based and must recognize the economic, social and environmental benefits that EIA delivers. We stand ready to lead progressive reforms of this vital part of planning a greener future.

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17th July
2020

Cumulative Effects in Environmental Impact Assessment are more important than ever says IEMA

This seventh edition of the Impact Assessment Outlook Journal provides a series of thought pieces on the consideration of cumulative effects in Environmental Impact Assessment.

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