From the macro to the micro: analysis from the IES

Lucy Rowland
November 2023
A photograph of a small green seedling emerging from a small pile of soil.

We’ve got the headlines from the 2023 salary survey: salaries are up, but with inflation and the cost-of-living crisis, the value of earnings has decreased. But what do our members really think about their environmental career experiences? 

Every two years, we conduct a survey of IES...

Joseph Lewis, Ethny Childs
November 2023
chemical pollution of the environment

This article is taken from 'Transforming the planet: Our vision for the future of environmental science', which sets out a vision for the role of environmental science in facilitating the transition to a sustainable society.

With the long-awaited UK Chemicals Strategy yet to be published...

Marsha Jackson
November 2023
A Google Maps birds eye image of Shingle Mountain in 2020.

environmental SCIENTIST | Seeking Natural Justice | September 2023

Marsha Jackson recounts her fight for environmental justice for her community and proves that grassroots activism can bring about change.

In the heart of the US city of...

Caitlín Comins
November 2023
Environmental whistleblowing toolkit banner

Fly tipping, oil spills, illegal burning of waste, agricultural runoffs, methane gas leaks, bribery and fraud: whistleblowers have a key role to play in preventing environmental damage. The Government certainly seemed cognisant of this when it introduced whistleblowing legislation 25 years ago,...

Martin Broderick
November 2023

This webinar provides an overview of how techniques in the use of machine learning artificial intelligence can analyse remote sensing data and subsequently generate environmental insights to support effective land management at a scale that historically would not have been possible. Ramboll and...

Fazilette Khan
November 2023
A logo with a black dolphin against a white background, with the words GreenSeas Trust in blue writing across the image.

Due to coverage in the media and increased public awareness over the last decade, it’s not surprising that most people have heard of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. A part of the Pacific Ocean characterised by its vast accumulation of plastic waste, it covers an area three times the size of...


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