From the macro to the micro: analysis from the IES

Paddy Fowler, Hilary Geoghegan, Carl Stevenson, Hannah King
Blog
August 2019

Paddy Fowler speaks to Hilary Geoghegan, Carl Stevenson and Hannah King about NERC-funded public engagement and the role engagement plays in environmental science research.


Would you be able to give some details about the NERC public engagement funding project?

Hannah King (HK):...

Jack Shore
Video
August 2019

In this webinar Jack Shore, District Manager of UK and Scandinavia at Regenesis, explores the complexities of a case study at an industrial site in Scotland. High concentrations, including DNAPL, of mixed chlorinated solvents (TCA and TCE) were present in the groundwater under an...

Blaise Kelly
Infographic
August 2019

How does indoor and outdoor CO2 affect us? Blaise Kelly explores the impact of CO2 levels looking back to pre-industry levels and towards the potential future worst-case scenario.


Gary Kass
Blog
July 2019

Systems pervade the natural, societal and technological worlds – from bee swarms to traffic jams; natural to industrial ecosystems; and underpinning pervasive issues, from climate change to obesity.


Addressing environmental issues requires a move from linear and siloed thinking to ways of...

Linsey Cottrell and Paddy Fowler
Infographic
June 2019




Switch your search engine

Ecosia is an alternative to the main leader in search engines. Profits from your searches are used to plant trees – what’s not to like! A counter appears with every search to keep track of your impact.


 
Estimate your carbon...
Paddy Fowler
Blog
May 2019

Our annual membership survey not only collects quantitative responses, but also gives members a chance to provide written feedback on our membership services.


Once we've summarised the numerical results (Membership Survey report), the Project Office discusses the written...

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