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IEMA reacts to the Doomsday Clock 2023 announcement
IEMA (the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment) has reacted to the news that the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists have decided to move the Doomsday Clock from 100 to 90 seconds to midnight - 10 seconds clo...
New IEMA sustainable finance steering group – express your interest in joining
IEMA is establishing a new steering group - specifically for members - that will focus on sustainable finance issues. Sustainability is an increasingly salient issue for the banking sector and more widely other institut...
IEMA welcomes People and Culture leader at Patagonia as new Board member
IEMA is delighted to welcome Evelyn Doyle, Head of People & Culture International at Patagonia, as a Non-Executive Director to the IEMA Board.
Environment Agency workers strike over pay for the first time ever
Workers at the Environment Agency are on strike due to a dispute over their pay for the first time in the public body’s 26 year history. IEMA's Tom Pashby report.
Skidmore Review of UK’s net zero strategy published today
The UK Government has published Chris Skidmore MP’s independent review of its strategy for achieving net zero by 2050 – our target which is set in law.
Housebuilder announces carbon neutrality two years ahead of plan
The UK housebuilder Thakeham Group announced on Wednesday 11 January that they have achieved carbon-neutral status in partnership with Planet Mark and Ecology. IEMA's Digital Journalist Tom Pashby reports. Rob Boughton, ...
IEMA partners with CWP to produce inspiring video series for the Green Careers Hub
IEMA is working in partnership with Content With Purpose (CWP) to produce a video series that showcases and inspires green skills, jobs and careers in the workplace.
IEMA responds to EAC energy report
Reacting to the Environmental Audit Committee's report 'Accelerating the transition from fossil fuels and securing energy supplies' which recommends a 'national mobilisation' to improve insulation in homes across the cou...
IEMA reacts to Defra long-term targets
‘We welcome today’s publication of the long-term legally binding environmental targets for England and note the increased ambition in certain areas e.g. species abundance on land. IEMA recommended in its response to the...
UK’s environment regulator warns government against ‘rushed’ EU law review
Credit: Tallie Robinson, via Unsplash The Office for Environmental Protection, a public body set up under the Environment Act 2021, has submitted written evidence to the House of Commons Retained EU Law (Revocation and ...