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This year’s Burntwood Lecture, delivered by Professor Sir Ian Boyd, former Chief Scientific Adviser at Defra, attracted over 200 environmental professionals looking to further engage in some of the...
Jill Rutter, Senior Fellow at the Institute for Government will Chair this year's Burntwood Lecture. Within her career, Jill has been a senior civil servant in Defra, No.10 and the Treasury. In...
This year, we expanded the remit of the IES Salary Survey to explore how satisfied our members are with their career and the benefits afforded to them in their place of work. The results of this year...

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By 2030 the capital’s population is set to reach 10 million and its transport system must be able to meet this demand. Crossrail is delivering a new railway to add 10% to central London’s rail...
Coffee production can be practised in a wide range of production systems from high-input mono-crop plantations to coffee agroforests, between these are many different kinds of agroforestry practices...
In response to Government advice to 'avoid social contact with others and stop non-essential travel to fight Coronavirus' DMUG 2020 has been postponed. Please read our full statement for further...
Save the date for the Scottish Contaminated Land Annual Forum on 26th November.  A brief AGM will be held at 4pm before presentations begin from leading sector professionals. The event will be...
Scotland's inshore seas have suffered significant declines through the 20th century, and we are now at a point where the fisheries that remain target the few shellfish remaining which are fished for...
The Rushlight Awards are the only set of awards designed specifically to support and promote all the latest clean technologies, innovations and initiatives for businesses and other organisations...
Climate change is predicted to dramatically affect the Thames and its stakeholders. Many are working to make the Thames more resilient to climate change, as well as positively changing the river's...

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