World Environment Day: Beat Plastic Pollution: If You Can't Re-use It, Refuse It
“Beat Plastic Pollution” is the theme for World Environment Day 2018. It is a call to action for all of us to come together to combat one of the great environmental challenges of our time.
“Beat Plastic Pollution” is the theme for World Environment Day 2018. It is a call to action for all of us to come together to combat one of the great environmental challenges of our time. It invites us all to consider how we can make changes in our everyday lives to reduce the heavy burden of plastic pollution on our natural places, our wildlife – and our own health. In this webinar, we’ll learn hear from 2 IEMA members delivering change in their organisations. Firstly, Martin Gettings will outline the efforts Canary Wharf have made to drive down plastic pollution. Secondly, Stuart McLanaghan will highlight the work fish21 have been doing to tackle the impact fishing line has on the environment.
World Environment Day: Beat Plastic Pollution: If You Can’t Re-use It, Refuse It- P Jones, IEMA- CLICK HERE
Sustainable Recreational Fishing Line Use- Dr S McLanaghan FIEMA, fish21/eden21- CLICK HERE
Sustainable Recreational Fishing Line Use- Infographic- CLICK HERE
World Environment Day 2018 #Breaking the Plastic Habit- M Gettings MIEMA, CEnv, Canary Wharf Group PLC- CLICK HERE
Focus on the Resources & Waste Strategy for England: Extended Producer Responsibility for Packaging / Consistency in Business Recycling
In this session we provided an overview of the impact on business of recent UK policy proposals connected to extended producer responsibility for packaging and measures to support consistency in business recycling in England. By joining the session attendees will gain case study examples and best practices to replicate in their own organisations.
It is 40 years since the UNECE published the Convention on Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution (CLRTAP). Although applying the CLRTAP has achieved a great deal, air pollution is still a challenge. Therefore this webinar describes the factors that led to the CLRTAP, its many successes, and why we still need further reductions in emissions.
This webinar will give you an overview of the legal controls that currently apply to air quality in England and an overview of the Government’s latest Air Quality Strategy, alongside a summary of recent air quality focused legal cases (including planning cases).
The Resources & Waste Strategy introduce a shift of focus from site-based reforms to the waste supply chain, to stop the waste getting to the illegal sites in the first place. This includes carriers, brokers, dealers regime reform and duty of care reform, including electronic waste tracking. This webinar explores what has already been done, obtains an overview of these reforms and assesses how these changes could impact industry stakeholders. It is perfect for you if you work in sustainability, environmental management and wish to accelerate more resource effective practices throughout your organisation.
We're all on the move so often, but did you know that only around 3% of drinks packaging is collected for recycling? Looking to overcome this issue, the government published its long-awaited Resources and Waste Strategy for England last December. In this webinar, we’ll discuss the impacts of a deposit return scheme.
Scientists have been aware of the impact of air pollution as far back as the seventeenth century. Now that more of us live in cities, we are closer than ever to pollution sources, and the detrimental impact on the environment and our health has reached crisis point. In this IEMA Book Club, we’ll discuss The Invisible Killer by Gary Fuller.
In this webinar, we are joined by DEFRA and Nigel Marsh, member of the IEMA Fellows Working Group on the Circular Economy, to review the findings of the Resources and Waste strategy.