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This is the third of a series of online forums where we invite professionals to join us in discussion over topical challenges and developments from across the environmental sector. As lockdown begins...
This year's AGM will be held online due to restrictions imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic.  The AGM will be held on the Zoom platform. The running order of the AGM will be: Chair's...
Part 1 - 5th May - Materials, Resource Management and Climate Change  Dr Church will discuss the importance of materials in meeting our climate change targets, both in terms of the...
UK seagrasses are under increasing strain and in an unfavourable state, yet these meadows provide critical ecosystem services. Seagrasses are threatened with annual global losses estimated at 7%. The...
Glass is an ancient material over 5000 years old, its infinitely remeltable nature means that it is likely that it has been recycled for almost as long as it has been manufactured. Increasing...
Every year the global sanitation crisis results in increased healthcare costs, decreased income and reduced productivity totalling more than US$200 billion. Out of 152 countries in the world,...

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Notice is hereby given that the 47th Annual General Meeting of the Institution of Environmental Sciences will be held at 1pm BST on Wednesday 15th July 2020. Due to the restriction...
As the representative body for environmental sciences, it is essential that the we at the IES proactively seek to enhance diversity and inclusion across the sector, act as agents for change...
At a time of great uncertainty, we recognise the impacts these unprecedented times are having on our members and the wider sector.  Some membership services have taken on a new look to...
This page will be used to keep members, stakeholders and event attendees updated on the impacts that the COVID-19 virus has on membership services. Our overarching concern is to keep staff,...

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