An analysis of the gender pay gap reports published by the UK’s biggest employers of environmental professionals exposes the extent of the pay differences between men and women in the sector. James Parsons reports
Jamie Carpenter: Nearly ten years after the Climate Change Act gained Royal Assent, concerns are being raised by the climate adviser that the government’s strategy for one of the powers contained in the world-leading legislation lacks ambition
The EA has published a long list of new fees, licences and permit guidance for the waste, water and energy sectors in England following a strategic review of charges in November
Study finds that while many UK companies have allocated oversight of climate change risks and opportunities to board members, it is commonly disconnected from responsibility for managing them
Proposed lower targets for the collection of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment for 2018 are not the way to deal with underperformance on the 2017 target, the waste sector argues
The WRA is continuing to develop a system for properly classifying waste wood after the EA stepped in over concerns that treated waste wood was being mis-described as untreated, clean material
The packaging industry has stood by its plastic recycling figures despite a vast discrepancy with Eunomia’s latest numbers but says it is open to a reform of the PRN system
Survey suggests average pay increases for environmental professionals but men still dominate senior leadership roles
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