Sustainable Growth Agreement Sepa

Stefano Agostini, CEO of Nestlé UK and Ireland, added: « Working with SEPA helps us work on the environmental challenges we both face and for a commitment and passion we both have to create a more sustainable working environment across Britain. I look forward to developing opportunities through this partnership. « I look forward to the first growth agreements benefiting businesses, communities and the environment. Councillor Russell Imrie (Lab) of Midlothian Council said: « Our wish is for Shawfair to become a model of sustainable development in which good ideas can thrive and where local people can benefit from excellent access to employment, public transport and local amenities. The Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA) has signed a sustainable growth agreement with Nestlé UK and Ireland that will focus on « developing circular economy opportunities in food production, food waste and packaging ». « This is one of many agreements reached by the Scottish regulator in recent years, with existing partnerships such as the Leven Programme Partnership and the Climate 2050 Group. » The legal objective of SEPA is to protect and improve the environment in a way that also brings benefits for health and well-being and sustainable economic growth. The regulator says its « regulatory strategy, One Planet Prosperity, is a visionary plan to address the challenges and opportunities of the twenty-first century. » Sustainable Growth Agreements (LMAs) are formal voluntary agreements between SEPA and an organisation (or organisations) focused on practical measures to achieve positive environmental results. « Cities are the engines of global growth, generate more than 80% of global GDP and, by 2050, about 70% of the world`s population will live in cities. The thriving cities of tomorrow will be those like Stirling that exploit the social, economic and environmental opportunities to develop sustainability for urban planning. This is a Scottish first and ensures sustainable and inclusive growth for the Leven Partnership Project, which aims to revitalise the River Leven in Fife as a major regional asset by 2030. Sustainable growth agreements are formal, voluntary, non-binding agreements that allow an organisation (or organisation) and the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) to explore new and innovative ways to improve environmental performance and focus on practical measures that bring environmental, social and economic success. . . .

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