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Lancashire fracking decision delayed again

A decision on whether fracking can go ahead in Lancashire has been deferred for a second time after the county council asked shale gas company...
24 Apr 2015

Ocean assets worth $24 trillion to global economy

Oceans need urgent protection to stem the erosion of their resources, which are worth around $24 trillion, WWF warned today.
23 Apr 2015

IEMA members support a nature and wellbeing Act

The next government must introduce a nature and wellbeing Act to reverse the decline of biodiversity and natural habitats in the UK, according to 89...
23 Apr 2015

London council to set up own renewable energy company

Barking and Dagenham council has approved the creation of an energy services company (ESCO) to accelerate the development of renewable energy...
22 Apr 2015

Universities set to flunk carbon targets

The higher education sector is on course to achieve only half its 2020 carbon emissions reduction target, according to an analysis of official data.
21 Apr 2015

UK climate change targets should mirror those in Scotland, says SNP

The UK should match Scotland’s target to reduce emissions by 42% by 2020, according to the Scottish National Party’s manifesto, launched today.
20 Apr 2015

Environmental sector worth £26.3 billion to economy

Environmental products and services contributed £26.3 billion to the UK economy in 2012, equivalent to 1.6% of GDP, according to the Office for...
17 Apr 2015

Gender pay gap narrows for environmental practitioners

The pay gap between men and women has narrowed significantly, with female professionals earning 12.5% less than men, compared to 15.1% last year,...
16 Apr 2015

Planning system not playing its part in sustainable transition

National needs must take priority over local issues in planning cases, according to two-thirds of environment and sustainability professionals...
16 Apr 2015

Liberal Democrats and Ukip unveil manifestos

The Liberal Democrats would create interdepartmental units to coordinate cross-cutting environmental issues such as air quality and resource...
15 Apr 2015

IEMA News

2015 practitioners' survey: changes to salaries: Pay rises and prospects

Changes to salaries: Pay rises and prospects
13 Apr 2015

2015 practitioners' survey: Diversity: Age, gender and pay

Diversity: Age, gender and pay
13 Apr 2015

2015 practitioners' survey: Training and engagement: professional development and job satisfaction levels

Training and engagement: professional development and job satisfaction levels
13 Apr 2015

Practitioners' survey 2015 - The highlights

IEMA members’ incomes rise and gender pay differences narrow, annual poll finds
10 Apr 2015

2015 practitioners' survey: Salaries by work and job roles

Salaries by work and job roles
10 Apr 2015

2015 practitioners' survey: Salaries by level of membership

Salaries by level of membership
10 Apr 2015

2015 practitioners' survey: Salaries by sector and firm size

Business and industry once again have higher salaries than other sectors.
10 Apr 2015

2015 practitioners' survey: Details of the 2015 survey

Methodology and respondents
10 Apr 2015

2015 practitioners' survey: Salaries by region

Salaries by region
10 Apr 2015

2015 practitioners' survey: Salaries by academic qualification

Salaries by academic qualification
10 Apr 2015

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