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Kripa Dwarakanath
October 2023

With emerging science, technology and regulation, jobs in the environment sector are never static. This webinar series, "A day in the life" will share stories from environmental professionals about how work has evolved and how it may change in the future.


In this webinar, Kripa...

Judith Sykes, Matt Whitney, Chris Rush and Catherine Pinney
October 2023

Buildings, planning, and infrastructure represent a significant pressure on natural systems, but the way we design them also has the capacity to transform our social, economic, and natural world.


Key environmental challenges, such as climate change, biodiversity loss, and air quality, can...

Nicola Kemp, Stephen Martin and Simon Spooner
September 2023

Over half a century ago, an editorial in an academic journal suggested that a specialist ended up ‘knowing more and more about less and less’.  By contrast, and in the context of a now highly interconnected and uncertain world, the notion of interdisciplinarity raises the need of learning ‘...

Iain Audus and Emily Budd
September 2023

With the advent of net zero targets, corporate sustainability is now a business imperative. Embedding sustainable practices across a business will allow for an organisation to deliver goods and/or services in a way that's financially profitable, but does not have negative social and...

Sue Chadwick
September 2023

This webinar provides an exploration of the concept of uncertainty and how it is addressed in the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) process, contrasting traditional approaches as mediated in the courts, and analytical modeling. The webinar goes on to explore the role of Artificial...

Oskar Englund
September 2023

The agriculture sector can contribute to climate change mitigation by reducing its own greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, sequestering carbon in vegetation and soils, and providing biomass to substitute for fossil fuels and other GHG-intensive products. The sector also needs to address water, soil...

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