Tuesday 5th May IEMA Election Special
Just days before the UK went to the polls for the General Election, IEMA provided a webinar presenting member views on key sustainability issues across:
- climate change;
- resource management;
- skills needs for a sustainable economy;
- the built & natural environment; and
- coverage of this agenda in the election campaign.
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This webinar set out what IEMA members want to see from the next Government - whatever its make-up - to deliver significant progress in transitioning the UK to a sustainable economy.
The webinar was presented by Josh Fothergill, Policy & Engagement Lead who has led the project team that has surveyed members on five subjects over the past 10 weeks.
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Our Yorkshire & Humberside webinar Director of Policy and External Affairs at IEMA Martin Baxter reviewed the key changes and implications of the Environment Bill for local authorities, consultants and professionals working in business and how this will impact local areas.
Our 101 introductory webinar featured experts on environmental auditing, providing an understanding of what represents a good audit, the key planning stages in conducting an audit, practical insight on how to maximise value from audits and the importance of registered auditors and certification bodies.
We hosted an event in partnership with The Broadway Initiative to discuss the government's commitment to deliver “the most ambitious environmental programme of any country on earth” and the targets for green growth under the new Environment Bill.
This webinar is your opportunity to hear about the latest policy developments and what they might mean in practice for you and your organisation. The session was led by Martin Baxter, IEMA’s Chief Policy Advisor, sharing insight from IEMA’s work across Government and with key stakeholder groups.