From the macro to the micro: analysis from the IES

Vicki Hird
Video
August 2017

Since the vote to leave the EU in 2016 the future of UK farming has been uncertain, compounded by the repeated delays to the publication of Defra's 25-year plan. 


As farmers' await clarity over the changes to farming subsidies, Vicki Hird discusses options for supporting...

Adam Donnan; Chloe Fletcher
Blog
August 2017

Over the past 12 months, the IES has been developing a new strategy which will guide the organisation over the next three years. In a series of blogs, IES CEO, Adam Donnan, explains the thinking behind this strategy and how it will change the work of the Institution. 


Although...

Adam Donnan
Article
July 2017

Over the past 12 months the IES has been developing a new strategy which will guide the organisation over the next three years. In a series of blogs, IES CEO Adam Donnan explains the thinking behind the strategy and how it will change the work of the Institution. 


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Dr Nathalie Gilbert
Blog
July 2017

The Lea Catchment is a tributary of the River Thames and London’s second river. Its source is in Luton before meandering its way through Hertfordshire and forming the boundary with Essex. Once the river flows under the M25 it changes in character from relatively natural to ...

Dr Jacqueline Hannam
Video
July 2017

Exploring how soil technology can help ensure a sustainable future in food production.


Land comprises a range of natural resources including soil and water that are under increasing demands from a growing human population. To avoid degradation, these natural assets require...

Michelle Reeve
Blog
June 2017

Our annual membership survey not only collects quantitative responses, but also gives members a chance to provide written feedback on our membership services.


Once we've summarised the numerical results (see our Membership Survey...

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Getting to the heart of the issue

On these pages researchers, professionals and members of the IES team provide in depth analysis of news stories, topical issues and emerging science.

A wide range of analysis will appear on this page, but our main themes for 2017 will include:

  • Environmental policy after Brexit
  • Employability in the environmental sector

​If you feel you can contribute to these themes, please get in touch.

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