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The Institution of Environmental Sciences (IES) is seeking a Chief Executive Officer with proven ability to maintain the growth and impact of the organisation. The ideal candidate will have a minimum...

Event

Brownfield Briefing’s annual Groundwater conference – the flagship event for professionals involved in all aspects of groundwater resource, quality and protection – returns to London on Thursday 28th...
George Osborne has announced in his Spending Review that there will be a £20 bn cut to Whitehall budgets by 2020 except those for Pensions, the Health Service, Education and Defence. Other ‘...
Groundwater is an important source of drinking water in London and elsewhere, but the legacy of the UK's industrial revolution includes contamination at an extreme and increasingly widely-realised...
Would you want a quarry near your house? Driven by EU law, environmental impact assessment is now a requirement for developers planning mineral extraction, waste disposal sites and major housing...
From the nineteenth century onwards, growth in the UK's towns and cities damaged rivers environments. In addition to shifting patterns of erosion and deposition, and pollution, engineers created...
Water shortage is an increasingly common challenge to development in southern England, as water is progressively diverted away from supporting ecosystems, and into agri-business, industry and homes....

News

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...

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