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The Scottish Biodiversity Strategy consultation set out to obtain views on a range of topics and proposals related to biodiversity and tackling the nature emergency in Scotland. IEMA’s Biodiversity and Natural Capital Policy and Engagement Lead, Lesley Wilson, tells us about the consultation and IEMA’s response.

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The following blog has been written by Rufus Howard, the Guest Editor of Volume 1 of the IEMA Sustainable Finance Insight Journal: Competency, Skills and Certification in Sustainable Finance.

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IEMA has submitted evidence to the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero consultation on the benefits, costs, and practicalities of Scope 3 greenhouse gas emissions reporting in the UK, including links to the Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR) framework. Here, Chloë Fiddy, IEMA’s policy and engagement lead for climate, discusses the key aspects of the IEMA submission.

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Asim Ali, IEMA’s Public Affairs Officer, examines the UK Government's policy announcements from December and how they affect the goals of decarbonisation and environmental sustainability. This blog post is part of a monthly series that also reflects on the activity of relevant select committees and all-party parliamentary groups.

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