Climate Emergency Task Group: End of year report 2022

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The Climate Emergency Task Group helps the profession to tackle climate breakdown. This report explains how the Group has raised standards in 2022 and sets out aspirations for 2023.

This report highlights the progress the profession is making in tackling the climate emergency in four key ares:

  • Collboration and influence
  • Supporting the profession
  • Guidance
  • Standards


The Report also includes:

  • an updated Sustainability Resource Map
  • a new listing of video content with a sustainability theme
  • aims for 2023

 

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Pages:
18
Publisher:
IStructE

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Report Climate change

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