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The bodies of murder victims, either whole or in pieces, often finish up in rivers and canals. For the last fifteen years or so, Carolyn Roberts has worked as an Expert Witness with various UK...
The bodies of murder victims, whole or in pieces, often end up in rivers or canals. Carolyn Roberts' work as an Expert Witness with UK police forces has applied the principles of hydrology to murder...
The Burntwood Lecture, which takes place in November of each year, provides an opportunity for an eminent speaker to talk on a current, critical and often controversial environmental theme. Our...
Can the UN be the broker of an international Climate Change Agreement and how will it affect the economy? World leaders are to meet in Paris this year (30th November - 11th December) seeking to reach...
Soapbox Science is a hugely successful public engagement project promoting women working in the sciences and the science research and scientific applications they pioneer. Do you want to increase the...

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During a General Election campaign it can sometimes be hard to sift through the news coverage and multitude of statements being made by candidates and spokespeople from every party, to find...
On the 28th July 2015 the IES partnered with Soapbox Science and Manchester Metropolitan University to bring to Manchester the first ever Soapbox Science Environmental Special. Here are the best...
Would you like to help promote women working in the environmental sciences? Have you been looking for an opportunity to reach more people with your work and research? If the answer is yes, this...
We are delighted to announce that the IES has appointed a new President. Professor Sir John Lawton, who will officially begin his term as President from our 2015 Annual General Meeting on 1st May,...

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The IES is a charitable organisation which promotes and raises public awareness of environmental science by supporting professional scientists and academics working in this crucial arena. You can...

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