From the macro to the micro: analysis from the IES

Ethny Childs
Blog
May 2021

In the run-up to COP26, the IES has been hosting a number of discussions and events exploring six key themes in our STAGES on the road to COP26. 


Our third theme was on adaptation, and in particular, the fundamental role of nature-based solutions in meeting climate ambitions,...

Aisling Lannin
Webinars
May 2021

Aspects of the coastal and marine environment are in decline and we are causing irreversible damage to marine biodiversity and a loss of natural capital. This is despite previous efforts to maintain and restore species and habitats. The Marine Pioneer was developed to test innovative...

Bridget Emmett
Webinars
May 2021

Soil health is often forgotten about as a hidden resource beneath our feet and yet it provides many benefits for nature, people and climate. There are various nature-based solutions we can promote to better support soil health and to improve ongoing issues such as loss of organic...

Sennan Mattar
Webinars
May 2021

This webinar provides a brief overview of what is meant by ‘just transition’, where the idea came from, and how it relates to nature-based solutions and climate action. The webinar draws on the experience from the Centre for Climate Justice and Glasgow Caledonian University’s research...

Davide Pascarella
Webinars
May 2021

In this webinar, Davide Pascarella considers the implications of the Environment Bill on local governments' regulatory framework around Smoke Control Areas. 


Davide explores and highlights the impact of policy decisions and the real-world delivery of initiatives to tackle the...

Nicola Harries
Webinars
May 2021

SuRF-UK is the United Kingdom’s Sustainable Remediation Forum – an initiative set up to progress the UK understanding of sustainable remediation. The process of identifying sustainable remediation is defined by SuRF-UK as “the practice of demonstrating, in terms of environmental, economic and...

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