Green economy faces sustainability skills gap

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IEMA warns just 13 per cent of companies feel able to deal with 'perfect storm' of climate, resource and population pressures

Too few businesses are equipped with the skills needed to compete in a sustainable economy, a leading business body has warned. Research by Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA)...

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