From the macro to the micro: analysis from the IES

Webinar
Webinars
July 2024
Wind turbines and tractor with overlaid text: "Green skills: Priorities, challenges and delivery, panel discussion © Kirill Gorlov | Adobe Stock"

Building the workforce of the future will be a fundamental challenge, but it also presents substantial opportunities. The net zero transition will require the delivery of green skills across education and the workforce at a considerable pace, so prioritising the right pathways will be crucial...

Bryan Hopkins
Webinars
July 2024

Environmental problems are never just problems in the natural world - they are also always intimately connected with human activities, which have social and economic dimensions.


Systems thinking provides a set of principles and tools to help us make sense of the complex, interacting web...

IAQM ECN
Webinars
July 2024

The IAQM Early Careers Network (ECN) provides a forum to learn, practice presentation skills and network with other early career professionals, in a friendly, supportive and accessible environment.


This webinar focuses on the topic of odour assesments through a variety of short talks....

Joseph Lewis & Ellie Savage
Article
June 2024
Woodland fading into UK Parliament with overlaid text "How to transform the UK for sustainable wellbeing: Priority actions for the next UK Government"

The UK requires urgent action to address environmental challenges and begin the transformation towards sustainability. At the interface between science and policy, evidence from environmental scientists is critical to help communities and the Government co-create a sustainable society...

Bea Gilbert and Lucy Rowland
Article
June 2024
An image generated by DreamStudio AI programme, with a tall robot-like figure walking through a dreamy landscape with fireflies in the foreground

In this interview, editors of environmental SCIENTIST Bea Gilbert and Lucy Rowland discuss how they experimented with AI software ChatGPT and DreamStudio for the latest issue of the journal.



You decided to use ChatGPT to guest edit and write the editorial for the June issue of...

Derek Jardine
Article
June 2024

Since the founding of the IES in 1972, the profession has grown considerably and now spans expertise across a variety of specialisms including air quality, land condition, water, and beyond. In recognition of the interconnected nature of the challenges facing our environment and the IES's unique...

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Researchers, professionals and members of the IES team provide in depth analysis of news stories, topical issues and emerging science.

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