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The IES
March 2022

The environment sector was ranked the second least ethnically diverse in the UK in 2017, with just 3.1% of environment professionals identifying as any ethnicity other than White British, versus 19.9% in all other occupations. We believe there is a clear need for continued research, education...

UK Health Security Agency
February 2022

Science and research is at the core of work to tackle major public health challenges such as new and emerging infections of high consequence or pandemic potential, climate change, air pollution, antibiotic resistance and vaccine confidence.


This webinar focused on chemical and...

Justin Goodwin
February 2022

This webinar introduces emerging international guidance for estimating greenhouse gas, air pollutants and short lived climate pollutant emissions in an integrated way. It focuses on the pragmatic approaches for estimating air pollutant and greenhouse emissions and removals for use in assessing...

Ethny Childs
February 2022

COP26 took place in Glasgow this year and was touted as being the most important COP since COP21 when the Paris Agreement was established. The conference achieved a number of key declarations, but did not meet ambitions in terms of the resulting Glasgow Climate Pact. This reflective webinar...

Ben Green
February 2022

There has been a lack of UK-wide guidance setting out how to practically carry out an estuarine and coastal habitat restoration project. This is a barrier, limiting information available for groups wanting to undertake restoration, notably around the complex regulatory process of gaining...

Alun Roberts-Jones
February 2022

Environmental Assessment Levels (EALs) are used by the Environment Agency (EA) to judge the acceptability of proposed emissions to air from industrial sites, and their relative contribution to the environment. EALs represent a pollutant concentration in ambient air at which no significant risks...

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