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Duane Ager & William Pope
Thursday, February 23, 2017

Our February 2016 edition of the environmental SCIENTIST Growing in space: Science beyond the biosphere sparked our members’ interest. On a related issue, we recently received a...

Recent reports

  • Environmental Protection UK (EPUK) and the Institute of Air Quality Management (IAQM) have produced this guidance to ensure that air quality is adequately...

  • This definitive guide explores salary trends in the environmental science sector, and provides a valuable guide to what salary you can expect or hope to achieve....

  • The Institution of Environmental Sciences (IES) surveys its members annually to identify trends in how different services are valued and to gather members’ opinions...

  • Air quality professionals are frequently required to assess dust impacts from mineral sites, particularly as part of the planning process, and there is currently...

  • Find out more about the IES and our activities by reading the Annual Report and Financial Statements for 2015.

    The 2015 Report features comment from our...

Recent journals

  • Increasingly vocal demands for repatriation of power from both Brussels and Westminster have re-opened the debate about where decision-making powers on environmental issues should lie. This issue of...
  • Whilst the traditional sciences have been recognised for decades, it was only with the emergence of serious environmental problems in the mid-20th century that environmental science was...
  • From the moment humans began launching into space, we have been turning our tools of exploration back towards the Earth itself. Here, we bring together a collection of papers which explore how Earth...
  • The 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF) assessed the impact of research undertaken by UK universities for the first time. Universities submitted case studies to demonstrate their research...
  • More of us than ever before live and work in cities. This issue of the environmental SCIENTIST seeks to address some of the questions that arise around our common urban future. Articles draw on work...

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IES policy documents

This document outlines our commitment to eliminating discrimination and encouraging diversity amongst our workforce.

This document governs the treatment of data by staff, volunteers, Council and Members.

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

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