From the macro to the micro: analysis from the IES

Julie Hill
April 2019

Dust storms so dense you can’t see your hand in front of your face; children dying of dust pneumonia; scarce water, and any that is present is contaminated with debris so badly that it has to be strained through a cloth to be drinkable. So begins Hannah Holleman’s account of how the US Dust Bowl...

C. Philip Wheater
April 2019

This is an interesting and detailed book that tells the story of street tree use and abuse through case studies comprising two cities that exhibited both contrasting and comparative situations. It begins with a useful summary of urban forestry within an introduction to the scope of, and...

Adam Donnan
April 2019

This article is to explain the governance changes that make up the Special Resolutions on this year’s ballot paper. 

The 2017 strategic review identified ‘outstanding governance’ as one of the five key drivers that underpinned our organisational model. Trustees determined that,...

Filipa Ferraz
February 2019

In a follow-up to the December 2017 Living Labs edition of the environmental SCIENTIST, Filipa Ferraz devises a Living Lab analysis in a university context that raises the importance of integrating university roles, groups and layers.


James Tapson, George Baker
January 2019

The UK Government has now announced plans for the new Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR) regulations which will take effect in 2019. This new reporting framework will replace the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme (CRC EES) and extend the scope of the existing Mandatory Carbon Reporting (...

Carolyn Roberts
December 2018

environmental SCIENTIST | Toying with nature: Recreation and the environment | December 2018

Carolyn Roberts outlines the unequal struggle between economic demands, people’s enjoyment and the needs of the environment.

The UK’s National Parks...


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