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Adrian Mill
February 2023

Environmental & Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) practitioners work hard to produce detailed studies, but often there is a considerable difference between the measures contained in the ESIA and those which actually get implemented. This is exacerbated in emerging economies, where Western...

Trevor Bishop & Brendan Bromwich
February 2023

This webinar reviews recent practical experience of systems approaches to regional and subregional planning for water. In addition to this, the speakers compare approaches taken for Water Resources South East’s draft regional plan and for the Greater London Authority’s Subregional Integrated...

Luke Douglas-Home
February 2023

In this webinar, Luke Douglas-Home outlined the known problems and some suggested solutions of these two enormous environmental issues – foreshore plastic and historic landfills.

Last year was the first year of the UN’s Decade of Ocean Science: these two issues seriously threaten the...

Simon Spooner
February 2023

Humanity has grown prosperous and numerous by burning and consuming the products of biological systems of the past and present. In doing so we have allowed the degradation of the environment which we share with other living things. We have now learned how to get much of what we need without...

January 2023

This event was organised in collaboration with the Remediation Society and Ireland Brownfield Network.

Communication is the foundation to building great relationships at work… whether that's with your team, your clients, your supply chain or your stakeholders. However, we don't always...

Nikki Yoxall
January 2023

This webinar Nikki Yoxall introduced Pasture for Life, introduced the farm systems typically found on Pasture for Life farms and shared research outputs from past and current research projects relating to pastured ruminants.

The session addressed the issues raised about assumptions...