From the macro to the micro: analysis from the IES

Joseph Lewis
Blog
October 2020

If you are on a train about to crash over the edge of a cliff, jumping off can seem like a drastic course of action. The alternative is much worse. The transformative change we need to alleviate environmental crises may also seem drastic, but it is just as essential. It is also urgent: once you’...

Society for the Environment & The IES
Webinars
October 2020

Chartered Environmentalists come from no single profession but operate across all professional sectors. Achieving the Chartered Environmentalist denotes your sound knowledge, proven experience and a profound commitment to sustainable best practice within your field of expertise.


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Gloria Esposito
Webinars
October 2020

In this presentation Gloria Esposito gives an update on UK national policy related to reducing road transport GHG and air pollution emissions, provides a high level overview of the current zero emission technology and low carbon fuel landscape with examples of market developments for cars,...

Bryce Stewart
Webinars
September 2020

The momentous decision by the UK in 2016 to leave the EU was met with celebration by many in the fishing industry. However, since then the reality and complexity of the UK’s situation has become apparent, exemplified by the fact that four years later, UK fisheries are still managed by the EU....

Tjarda Roberts
Webinars
September 2020

Small sensors are increasingly being used to measure gases and particles in the atmosphere, as part of academic research and in citizen science projects. Their low cost, portability and low power requirements bring new measurement possibilities, for example to improve the spatial representation...

Robyn Thomas, Jessica Potts and Chad Staddon
Webinars
September 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has had, and will continue to have, a huge impact on the research landscape for environmental science and associated funding for environmental research. This forum explores how PhD research projects have been impacted, including funding opportunities and the lasting...

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