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EIC has joined the Association for Consultancy and Engineering (ACE), as well as members AECOM and WSP, in becoming the first signatories of Pledge to Net Zero. As governments around the world grapple with their own response to the climate and environmental emergency, the industry campaign is encouraging all organisations who work in the
Commenting on today’s publication of the Environment Bill, Matthew Farrow, Environmental Industries Commission Executive Director said: We strongly welcome the Bill. Government policy is rightly becoming much more ambitious, which means the innovation and insights that environmental technology and services firms have is needed more than ever. They and their investors need a coherent,
It’s early days yet, but there are some initial positive signs for environmental policy in the new prime minister’s governmental appointments, says Matthew Farrow. To say that Boris Johnson has hit the ground running as the new prime minister is something of an understatement. We’ve seen a brutal cabinet makeover, the recall of controversial
The Environmental Industries Commission (EIC), the trade association for the environmental technology and services sector, is working with EIC member Ramboll’s Environment & Health team to prepare a report on the extent to which new innovation will be needed to deliver the Government’s flagship 25 Year Environment Plan. Commenting on the work, EIC Executive Director Matthew Farrow said:
Brownfield and Contaminated Land 2019 is returning to Belfast on 1st May and will bring you the most important and up-to-date information on innovative techniques for the risk assessment and remediation of contaminated land and groundwater, as well as strategies to deliver effective brownfield development within revised planning and policy frameworks in both Northern Ireland
By EIC Executive Director Matthew Farrow It’s nearly 15 years since I became professionally involved in environmental issues, when I took the post of Head of Environmental Policy at the CBI. Many ministers, consultations and strategies have come and gone over that period (during which I also worked at the Environmental Services Association and now
Environment Analyst and Brownfield Briefing are pleased to announce that Groundwater 2019 will be taking place on 27th March in London. Returning for its 8th year, this informative conference will once again offer a balanced mix of practical case studies, new research and policy updates, combined with interactive Q&A sessions and extensive networking opportunities. Together,