From the macro to the micro: analysis from the IES

Fred Pearce
Article
August 2014

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environmental SCIENTIST | The Contentious Issue | April 2014


We hear a lot about how the world’s population is soaring. The human total has now exceeded seven billion people, more than four times the figure of a 100 years ago....

Simon Randall
Article
July 2014

11 Questions with Simon Randall of Hyder Consulting


Simon Randall is Director of Hyder Consulting's Energy and Environment business which draws together Hyder's energy-related functions in order to drive sustainable and profitable growth in the...

Dominic Sheldon
Discussion paper
June 2014

The latest in the Energy Factsheet series looks at ultra High Pressure High Temperature (uHPHT) oil and gas exploitation and how the recent budget will affect its deployment in the UK.


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James Montgomery
Article
June 2014

12 Questions with James Montgomery of Mott MacDonald



James Montgomery is the Director of Environmental Management Services for Mott MacDonald. He has a strong background in water resources management having worked at the start of his career in Oman, India,...

Russell Corbyn
Blog
June 2014

This publication offers a concise overview of updates to the various guidance, legislation, technologies and requirements that rest with Local Authorities, Land Owners, Mine Owners and the general public. It is non-technical in nature and aimed at providing clear information with regard to...

Trevor Curson
Article
May 2014

12 questions with Trevor Curson of Buro Happold


Trevor Curson is both director and head of the environment group at Buro Happold. Leading a team of environmental scientists and engineers, he has worked  on numerous environmental impact assessments...

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