From the macro to the micro: analysis from the IES

Ian Davis
June 2022

This webinar outlined the changes UK agriculture has undergone since the end of the Second World War, the so-called “Green Revolution”, it explored the major drivers behind the changes and the often unintended impacts they have had on the UK landscape. The speaker, Ian Davis illustrated this...

Ethny Childs
May 2022

Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas which can't be seen, smelt or tasted. Radon is present all over the UK, but there can be higher levels found in certain areas. It is an important issue for professionals working in land condition, as buildings in higher risk areas can accumulate...

Eoghan Darbyshire
May 2022

The destruction and human suffering following Russia's invasion of Ukraine has included significant environmental components.

This webinar provided an overview of findings from a civil-society database of environmental pollution incidents. It also looked at the curation methodology -...

Vicky West
May 2022

There is increasing recognition of the need for greater action to restore the marine environment in the face of a continued decline in marine biodiversity. Net gain offers a valuable approach that can contribute to halting and reversing biodiversity loss.

In this webinar, Vicky West...

Joseph Lewis
May 2022
Blueprint of building plans

With the announcement of the Government’s upcoming legislative plans in the Queen’s Speech, Environmental Impact Assessments (EIAs) are once again facing change in the near future. As EIA practitioners know, making predictions about what will happen is a difficult job, and the prospect...

David Schurk
May 2022

The time has come to fully recognize the presence of airborne contaminants in the indoor environment, including but not limited to the virus SARS-CoV-2 which results in the disease COVID-19. Concern now revolves around recent guidance suggesting that we have not seen evidence of SARS-CoV-2...


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