SGAs are a central element of the one Planet Prosperity regulatory strategy, which was presented in August 2016. Each LMS is a formal agreement with SEPA, concluded on a voluntary basis by regulated companies, with a focus on practical measures to bring about positive changes in the environment. The agreement, which can be viewed online, highlights the environmental and economic opportunities of a circular economy for priority areas, both for Stirling Council and SEPA. “This agreement marks a milestone for environmental management in Scotland. It forces SEPA and Superglass to take a series of practical, not too vague measures. These measures will improve the environment, strengthen Superglass` business capacity and benefit the local community. This is what the environmental management of the XXI “100,000, 100,00 Stirling Council has a number of SEPA licenses for waste management activities. This agreement will not change the way SEPA regulates these sites, but will allow for a more robust enforcement programme in areas where the Council and SEPA have overlapping legislative competences, which will help both organisations to provide a better service to the Community. A spokesman for Stirling Council said: “Managing the climate emergency has been one of the Council`s key milestones for almost a year and remains at the top of our agenda.” The Climate Conversation Survey was also launched earlier this year to understand how engaged our people are in the climate emergency and how they want the Council to act. “Stirling Council has also signed a sustainable growth agreement with SEPA, including the transition to more ethical investments, but nothing has been done yet on this.” LMSs are voluntary and formal agreements with sepa, focused on finding new innovative ways to improve environmental performance and focusing on practical measures that deliver environmental, social and economic results. The commitments specifically aim to reduce water consumption, waste and CO2 emissions from the Superglass facility, while striving to use innovative technologies to increase the use of renewable energy sources, with the support and support of SEPA. The agreement encourages a focus on cooperation with local groups to improve the economic, social and environmental outcomes of the surrounding community.
“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.