IEMA talks at COP26: Sandra Norval
IEMA's Digital Journalist Tom Pashby is attending COP26 in Glasgow and interviewing IEMA members and attendees to get their thoughts and hopes around what could and should come out of COP26.
Sandra Norval FIEMA, one of the Board members of Society for the Environment discusses what she wants to see happen as a result of COP26 and the urgent need for action.
IEMA's Tom Pashby spoke with Helena Bennett, Senior Policy Adviser at Green Alliance at COP26, on their desires to see more ambition on the 1.5 target, fazing out of fossil fuels and proper policy regulations to follow through on promises for action.
IEMA's Tom Pashby speaks with Rachel Purdon PIEMA, Head of Sustainability at Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew on their sustainability strategy to reach climate positive by 2030 and their recent deforestation work.
IEMA's Tom Pashby speaks with Harriet Lamb, CEO of Ashden on spotlighting sustainability solutions and how children and young people can be equipped with the green skills they need for the future, especially in the developing world.
IEMA's Tom Pashby talks with Sustainability Consultant, Ben Barrett PIEMA REnvP on his hopes to see the bicycle elevated as a solution and key to achieving net zero targets
Managing Director at Scania, James Armstrong discusses how their partnership with IEMA helps them to build their green skills and why sustainability and their path to net zero is at the top of their priorities but need the government on board to make good policy decisions.
Damien Plant FIEMA and former Defence Attache at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office discusses how the security aspect is so important to consider, as the UK Defence is responsible for over 50% of emissions so there is great scope to improve this.
Alex Hilton, Head of Sustainability at HMRC discusses why they are attending COP26 and how important it is to see real commitment and ambition in action in driving down emissions to net zero.