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The IES is pleased to announce that the special resolution to change our governing document, giving a vote to Associate Members, was passed at the 2017 AGM. I strongly believed that denying a vote to...
We are very pleased to announce that the speaker at this year's Burntwood Lecture will be Baroness Kate Parminter. Her talk will focus on the challenges for the environment post Brexit....

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This jointly organised event to celebrate the significance of World Environment Day has brought together a number of the Society for the Environment's Licensed Bodies for a series of informative...
The EU has been the major influence on UK environmental law over the last thirty years. Brexit has raised unique challenges and opportunities for  future of environmental law in this country. Will...
Is Friday 5th May 2017 in your work diary? No? Well it should be if your company/work place uses fleet transport! A fleet is one company vehicle or more, and in 2017 that comes with great...
Is Saturday the 6th May 2017 in your diary? Well it should be because the only FREE Motor Show where YOU get to drive is back! EVOLUTION returns to the Royal Highland Centre with more vehicles, more...
Before the General Election, there was a rare cross-party commitment to a 25 year Environment Plan. The Conservative Manifesto promised a ‘25 Year Plan to restore the UK’s biodiversity’. That...
Following the momentous Conference of the Parties (COP 21), progress towards ratification of the Paris Agreement has been far swifter than expected and the Agreement legally took effect in November...
The National Planning Policy Framework says that one of the roles of the planning system in sustainable development is: “an environmental role – contributing to protecting and enhancing our natural,...
The public’s rights of access to environmental justice are guaranteed by the UK although a number of cases in recent years have questioned how far these extend. As a signatory to the Aarhus...

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