From the macro to the micro: analysis from the IES

Dr Rachel Dunk
July 2021

It is now widely recognised that we are facing a climate crisis, with an urgent need to take strong action and achieve net zero emissions to avoid the worst impacts of climate change. However, the scale of change required is challenging, and success will require participation from everyone (...

Dr Tom Woolley
July 2021

This webinar is for those concerned with the built environment and the future of cities. In this presentation, Tom Woolley discussed using bio-based low embodied energy materials (particularly hempcrete) to produce zero-carbon, healthy buildings, achieve good indoor air quality, and be more...

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

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Chris Rush
July 2021

environmental SCIENTIST | Improving indoor air quality | June 2021

Chris Rush emphasises that for the best indoor air quality coordinated input is needed at all stages of a building project.

The quality of the environment inside the buildings...

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...

Joseph Lewis
June 2021

We are already half-way through 2021, and the Office for Environmental Protection (OEP) is still not here. Many of the delays in its creation could perhaps have been avoided. The expectations many had last year about the speed of Parliamentary processes were not met, partly due to uncontrollable...


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