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Separation anxiety: The challenges for the environment from Brexit Since the vote on June 23rd have you had trouble sleeping? Are you experiencing periods of panic, dry mouth and shortness of breath...
The Institution of Environmental Sciences and Change Agents UK are proud to present an Environmental Employability Day designed specifically to help you improve your prospects in the...

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Mirella has been working as a Personal Assistant and Bilingual Legal Secretary at MHD Law LLP in Edinburgh for the past six years, providing secretarial and administrative support to a lawyer in both...

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Every two years the IES Salary Survey offers insight into how the sector is performing over time and relative to the national average. The report looks at differences in pay across sectors, job...
Soapbox Science is a hugely successful public engagement project promoting women working in the sciences and the work that they do. Building on the success of last year's Soapbox Science -...
Bi-annually the IES invites our members to take part in a salary survey. This data helps us to track trends in the sector and identify changes; in 2014 this survey generated three points for concern...
December 2015 saw 195 countries sign an agreement to limit global temperature increase to 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels by the end of this century and to “pursue efforts” to remain...
See photos, videos, presentations and tweets on our Storify record from October's 'Routes to Clean Air' two-day conference.  
Recently, we asked our members what impact the UK's membership of the European Union has on environmental science and their work. We had a great response to the survey, with many members sharing...

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Society for the Environment is incorporated by Royal Charter (2004) to license UK professional bodies to award their members with the qualification "Chartered Environmentalist" (CEnv) and Registered...

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