Webinars content

Honor Puciato & Eirini Karagiann
December 2023

In the realm of emissions reporting, numerous frameworks cater to organisations' needs for disclosing their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. However, an important gap persists - the absence of a structured framework for organisations to report on their air pollution emissions. Adding to this...

Pete Smith, Matthew Ling and Brigette Reid
December 2023
Photograph of coastal mangroves at sunset with pink clouds

Reflecting on the discussions at COP28, it is important to remember the interlinked nature of the climate and biodiversity crises. Addressing these issues holistically will be dependent on developing solutions with multiple benefits for both nature and climate adaptation and mitigation. ...

Wanda Bodnar and Amy Pryor
December 2023
View of the Thames Estuary showing a boat in the top left corner and a view of London skyscapers in the distance in the top right corner.

In this event, we heard from Wanda Bodnar and Amy Pryor from the Thames Estuary Partnership (TEP). Wanda first provided an overview of the natural history and ecology of the Thames Estuary in the last 200 years, summarising the reasons for its decline and recovery in the past, its...

Professor Francis Pope
November 2023

Air pollution sensors have caused a paradigm shift in air quality monitoring for several air pollutants. In this presentation,  IAQM Honorary Fellow Professor Francis Pope discussed the good and the bad of air quality sensors. He presented his view of where low-cost sensor...

Peter Watson
November 2023

Invasive and non-native species such as Japanese Knotweed or Giant Hogweed are typically species that are likely to cause ecological, social or economic harm in a setting outside their native range. They can alter and degrade the environment, reduce biodiversity, affect hydrology, impact land...

Andrew Pullin and Dave Stone
November 2023

This webinar introduced some of the FREE services that CEE provides to evidence users and decision makers in the environmental sector. Areas covered included the importance of evidence synthesis in setting the scene for more efficient and effective further funding, using CEE standards for...