Sustainability represents the integration of environmental health, social equity and economic vitality in order to create healthy, diverse and resilient communities, organisations and economies for our current generation and generations to come. The practice of sustainability understands how these issues are interconnected, requires a systems based approach, an acknowledgement of longer term dependencies, and the imperative to collaborate, innovate and resolve sustainability challenges.
Science-based targets for nature launched
The Science Based Targets Network (SBTN) has this week launched what it describes as the "world's first" science-based targets for nature.
Matthew Coe looks at the challenges of securing biodiversity net gain on environmental impact assessment projects
This sponsored guest blog from Environment Bank explores the options for developers looking to comply with new biodiversity net gain (BNG) legislation.
A quarter of large and medium-sized companies in Great Britain have hidden their sustainability credentials – also known as ‘greenhushing’ – over the last 12 months, new research suggests.
The UK government must provide “strong, targeted support” for green jobs if the country is to reap the full benefits of the net-zero transition, the Climate Change Committee (CCC) has said today.
Most UK business leaders believe the country is facing a green skills shortage, with many struggling to find the new staff they need, a survey has found.
National interests and the risk of a technology arms race are the greatest barriers to orderly, clean, and just green transitions, a poll of more than 700 energy leaders suggests.
The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) needs a complete overhaul of its IT systems, which are “outdated and difficult to use”, a cross-party group of MPs has warned today.