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Ethny Childs
April 2021

Our latest Land Condition Early Careers Network event, held in collaboration with The Society for Remediation Practitioners in the UK (RemSoc), saw lively discussion on the key considerations needed when building conceptual site models, arguably one of the most important dynamic tools in a...

The IES team
April 2021

Our annual membership survey provides members with an opportunity to feedback on the services we provide, as well as gathering thoughts on our planned projects for the coming year. As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic and the significant impact on both our own and members’ working practices, we...

Joseph Lewis
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
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...

Ethny Childs
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
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...

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