Paddy Fowler
13 April 2018

Nominations open for the Environmental Professional of the Year 2018

Nominations are now open for the annual SocEnv Environmental Professional of the Year. This prestigious award celebrates an individual's commitment or major achievement within their field, where their professional practice has made a real difference to protecting, preserving or enhancing the environment and advancing the principles of sustainability. The award is open to either Chartered Environmentalists (CEnv) or Registered Environmental Technicians (REnvTech) from any sector or discipline nominations for colleagues, peers and self nominations are welcomed.

This is a great opportunity for Chartered Environmentalists at the IES, if you're not yet chartered, why not attend one of our CEnv in a day workshops?

“What was especially gratifying about receiving the award of Chartered Environmentalist of the Year 2014 was the appreciation of my peers across the environmental profession in making a difference. In some ways, it has meant more to me than academic or business success. It was an achievement to be proud of” - Professor Martin Bigg.

All nominees will be reviewed by the Society for the Environment's Honorary Fellows Panel. Previous winners include Dr Phillippa Pearson, Dr Lucinda Gilfoyle, and David Stubbs.

Nominations are now being accepted via the Society’s website: The deadline for nomination submissions is midnight on Friday 4th May 2018.

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