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Joseph Lewis
Monday, 12 April 2021

Since the start of 2021, the IES has been working to bring together expert voices on climate science ahead of COP26. Across six themed discussions, the IES...

Recent reports

Recent journals

  • From marine pollution to the unsustainable production of food and our changing climate, the wellbeing of people and the ocean is inextricably intertwined. The Decade of Ocean Science for...

  • Environmental education can provide significant benefits above and beyond environmental knowledge. This edition of the environmental SCIENTIST examines opportunities for environmental education –...

  • Recognition of feedback between human activities and our supportive ecosystems, in turn affecting human health, economic prospects, security and opportunity, has been well documented. In this...

  • Whilst the human cost of war is profound and undisputed, war’s environmental consequences have received far less attention, despite their potential for significant and long-term harm to human...

  • From plastic in rivers and oceans to the contribution to climate change, the issue of waste can no longer be confined to landfill. Despite growing awareness of the consequences of our use of...

IES policy documents

Outlines our approach to ED&I and the priorities for 2020-2023

Outlines how we collect, process and safeguard personal data and comply with data protection law.

Lays down the rules of professional conduct that all professional members need to abide by.

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