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Brownfield Briefing returns to Edinburgh for its 11th annual Brownfield Land Scotland conference, providing up-to-date information on the implications of a changing planning and policy framework...
This webinar was postponed and rearranged for 22nd March. If you had previously registered for the original date, your registration has been automatically transferred so you don't need to...
Since the vote to leave the EU in 2016 the future of UK farming has been uncertain, compounded by the repeated delays to the publication of Defra's 25-year plan.  As farmers' await clarity...
As perhaps the first and only environmentalist to lead a UK bank, Bevis Watts believes that banks are not currently serving the needs of society and they undermine our long-term ability to sustain...

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As MPs begin to debate the landmark European Union (Withdrawal) Bill, the IES has joined professional bodies representing leading environmental scientists, engineers, ecologists and water and waste...
Each year, the IES Council reviews the Institution's membership fees to ensure we continue to provide a first-rate level of service to our members, and have the resources to further expand our...
The first Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) results have been released. The TEF, launched by the Government in 2016 for a trial year, is a scheme that assesses undergraduate teaching at colleges...
We are very pleased to announce that in June the IAQM’s membership reached 400 members. When the organisation was founded in 2002, we estimated that there were 400 individuals working in the whole...
Following on from the positive feedback on webinars via our social media and in our recent membership survey, we are pleased to have a new webinar scheduled for the end of June. This webinar,...
The IES have written to all major political parties today urging commitments are made to improve the state of the UK environment, and to embed sustainability at the heart of government, in their...

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