This regulation requires each productive installation that carries some risk of damage of environmental value (atmosphere, water, soil, flora, fauna), to be covered by an insurance policy to ensure compensation for damages in case of an accident. Where the risks are neither identified nor quantified, higher fees apply.
IIMA offers a new environmental responsibility service to help: identify risks, assess the cost of potential damage, or negotiate with your insurance company. Equating cost to risk.
From as early as the 1700s to today, our fuel has been coal, oil and natural gas. In 2050 all energy sources will be clean. Our mission is to help make that change... now.More [+]
In partnership with Energy Intelligent Solutions (UK), leader in the industry sector with clients such as BP, Centrica, Agfa and Honeywell.More [+]
In Spain IIMA develops projects which contribute to the reduction of CO2 emissions and are eligible for national carbon credits.More [+]
IIMA promotes the investment in clean technologies in Kyoto Protocol non-Annex 1 countries to source carbon credits for regulated and voluntary markets.More [+]
Hydrocarbon exploration projects in shale oil and gas are environmentally complex and also socially highly controversial. Transparency and the use of best available technologies are key.More [+]
Energy efficiency, social responsibility, safety at work, respecting cultures, local wealth creation, and many other sustainable practices which are measurable, reportable and verifiable (MRV).More [+]
Feasibility study for a remuneration programme for farmers producing biodiversity. Promoted by the European Commission.More [+]
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IIMA develops and teaches a course directed to all professionals who need to manage aspects of climate change.More [+]