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Tim Flach
Thursday, 2 December 2021
Picture of a tiger shaking water out of its fur.

Conservationists and environmentalists have struggled with the question of how to inspire policy change and influence public opinion. The likes of Sir David Attenborough have taught us that imagery and connecting to the natural world are powerful tools in evoking empathy in our policy...

Recent reports

  • Humanity faces a profound reality: the decisions we make now will be historic ones, and they will decide the stories we tell to generations to come about the fight...

  • The Salary and Workplace Satisfaction Report provides a valuable insight into salary trends and job satisfaction across the environmental science sector.

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  • Recognition of the current climate crisis and the challenge involved in addressing it has never been greater. Succeeding in the fight against climate change relies...

  • Each year, we survey our members to identify trends in how different services are valued and to gather members’ opinions on potential future developments. This...

  • Our annual report provides an opportunity for our members and stakeholders to find out more about the IES and our activities over the last year. 

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Recent journals

  • Animal migrations are spectacular phenomena that have fascinated humanity for millennia. They also play vital roles in ecosystem processes, transferring nutrients, carbon, energy...

  • We spend an average of 90 per cent of our time indoors, and good indoor air is paramount for our optimum health, wellbeing and productivity. However, indoor air is often contaminated with...

  • 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...

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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