From the macro to the micro: analysis from the IES

Joseph Lewis
Blog
April 2021

Since the start of 2021, the IES has been working to bring together expert voices on climate science ahead of COP26. Across six themed discussions, the IES is using its platform to generate conversations and to clarify key areas of consensus and conflict which will need to be addressed ahead of...

Julie Hill
Blog
April 2021

Mark Everard’s erudite and entertaining book will appeal to anyone who has contemplated their cup of tea or a newspaper and wondered about the transformations undergone by natural resources to occupy their current place in our lives. Or perhaps not wondered – if so, now is your chance to be...

Anil Namdeo
Webinars
April 2021

Millions of people in the UK live in areas where levels of pollution are very high and could be damaging their health. In 2019, NO2 legal limits were breached in 75% of air quality reporting zones (33 out of 43). Likewise, in 2018, 115 out of 317 local authorities (36%) had unsafe levels of fine...

Ethny Childs
Blog
March 2021

Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is an integral part of planning and development, and EIA professionals hold a unique position for influencing stakeholders involved in developments and promoting sustainable outcomes. However, EIA professionals can be constrained by client expectations...

Joseph Lewis
Blog
March 2021

After a full year of lockdowns and other measures to tackle the global COVID-19 pandemic, the end may soon be in sight. As attention turns from managing the crisis to securing global economic recovery, it will be crucial to ensure the recovery is 'green', and that the opportunity is not...

Mark Elton
Webinars
March 2021

The saying 'a picture paints a thousand words’ first appeared in a 1911 newspaper article quoting Arthur Brisbane’s discussion of journalism and publicity, so why – over 100 years on, in the age of mobile phones that can instantly show you local traffic movements, weather, and air pollution...

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