What next for the Sustainable Development Commission?
Thursday, 5 August, 2010 Leave a comment
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On 22 July, Defra announced that it is to withdraw its funding for the Sustainable Development Commission from the end of the financial year.
Discussions are still taking place in the three Devolved Administrations to decide how the work of the SDC in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales will be taken forward.
However, Defra has indicated that it plans to mainstream sustainable development within Government.
UK Government’s progress towards sustainable operations saves £60-70m a year
The SDC’s fifth annual watchdog report reveals that, by running their operations more sustainably, Government Departments are saving money as well as reducing energy and water consumption, emissions and waste.
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