From the macro to the micro: analysis from the IES

Chloe Fletcher
Webinars
February 2021

Have you ever considered the impact your listening habits may have on the environment? Do your decisions as a consumer, such as listening to radio on an FM or DAB receiver, a TV or a smart speaker, have an effect on national energy use? Should emissions reduction efforts focus on individual...

Joseph Lewis
Blog
February 2021

At the end of 2020, the IES set out the work we will be doing ahead of COP26 to bring together expert voices on climate science. Across six themed discussions, the IES is using its platform to generate conversations and to clarify key areas of consensus and conflict which will need to be...

Gaia Marini
Blog
February 2021

The 11th February is International Day of Women and Girls in Science. The day recognises the critical role that women and girls play in addressing the major challenges of our time through their active contributions in the fields of science and technology.



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Paul Ottley
Webinars
February 2021

This presentation provides an overview of the current state-of-the-art in terms of the techniques and tools available to assist environmental practitioners to assess odour impact for planning, permitting or nuisance investigation purposes.  ...

Joseph Holden
Webinars
February 2021

In this webinar, Professor Joseph Holden, Chartered Geographer, Director of Water and Chair of Physical Geography at the University of Leeds, examines recent research on peatlands and investigate the major threats that peatlands face globally. Professor Holden shows how an...

Ethny Childs
Blog
February 2021

In partnership with the Ireland Brownfield Network (IBN), a virtual event was held to explore the challenges, opportunities and regulatory requirements of managing waste soils on development sites across the island of Ireland. Relevant to consultants, landowners, developers and...

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