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Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring is widely attributed to have kickstarted modern environmentalism. With DDT as her poster poison, Rachel Carson aimed to investigate and lay bare to the general public...
The IAQM held a meeting to discuss how vegetation in cities could be used to reduce air pollution at specific road locations in urban areas. The subject was covered in two presentations that looked...
IES Director, Professor Carolyn Roberts has been elected as the new Chair of the Society for the Environment (SocEnv). Carolyn has been heading up the SocEnv governance review for the past year. The...
The future is looking bright for Green jobs, according to a new survey charting the views of environmental graduates. Around 80 per cent of the graduates believe the number of green jobs will...
The IES has recently learned of the success of our bid to place graduate members in Environmental Science and Sustainability jobs around Europe through the Leonardo Mobility Programme. We have...
The IES is pleased to announce our first International accreditation for Qatar University for their BSc and MSc in Environmental Science. We also welcome an additional three new members to the...
In a recent survey Members showed they were split over the whether the IES should make its journal open access and whether we should publish a tablet version. In April the IES sent a survey to all...
The IES is pleased to announce that this year’s winner of the John Rose Award is Rose Bailey of the University of the West of England. Her researched focussed on a low carbon future for Bristol....
The air quality management system was introduced into the UK in 1996. Sufficient time has passed therefore to allow the Institute of Air Quality Management (IAQM) to review whether it is working...
The IES is excited to announce the launch of its new website. The project office have invested significant time in developing a sector-leading website that is easy to use and provides cutting edge...

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