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Rhiannon Humphreys
July 2021

Thinking of becoming Chartered? Find out how the IES can help you achieve your Chartered Environmentalist and what benefit being CEnv may have for your professional development and career journey. Check out our series of webinars below!

Your journey to Chartership with the IES

Whether you...

Bruno Beloff
July 2021

Most countries around the world rely on government reference stations to monitor background air quality. Whilst very accurate, they are also very expensive and are normally fixed in position.

In recent years, as more has become known about air quality, we have learnt that not only does it...

Ana Grossinho
June 2021

Dhaka is the capital and largest city of Bangladesh. It is one of the largest and most densely populated cities in the world, with a population of 20.2 million people in the Greater Dhaka Area. It is the largest city in Eastern South Asia having frequently topped the index of the world’s cities...

Cameron Orr and Amanda Chan
June 2021

This webinar is part of a series exploring how professionals involved in Environmental Impact Assessments (EIAs) have adapted their ways of working to the 'new normal' arising from the pandemic.

In this webinar Cameron and Amanda share how Ramboll use augmented reality in...

Aisling Lannin
May 2021

Aspects of the coastal and marine environment are in decline and we are causing irreversible damage to marine biodiversity and a loss of natural capital. This is despite previous efforts to maintain and restore species and habitats. The Marine Pioneer was developed to test innovative...

Bridget Emmett
May 2021

Soil health is often forgotten about as a hidden resource beneath our feet and yet it provides many benefits for nature, people and climate. There are various nature-based solutions we can promote to better support soil health and to improve ongoing issues such as loss of organic...