Conservation and Ecology

Policy response

Report

We surveyed our members to find out their experiences with COVID-19. This report is intended as a quick overview of how the environmental science sector has been impacted. We explore the impacts on...

Job

Permanent Contract (after a 12 month probationary period).  Member of Port EHS Group reporting to the Chief Executive. Context: Dublin Port is the busiest port in the country with 16,500 annual...
Permanent contract (after a 12 month probationary period).  Member of Port EHS Group reporting to the Chief Executive. Context Dublin Port is the busiest port in the country with 16,500 annual...

Event

After decades of warnings, Climate Change is beginning to bite. Fires, floods, storms and the impacts of sea level rise are becoming the commonplace backdrop of daily life. Yet the...
Coffee production can be practised in a wide range of production systems from high-input mono-crop plantations to coffee agroforests, between these are many different kinds of agroforestry practices...
Scotland's inshore seas have suffered significant declines through the 20th century, and we are now at a point where the fisheries that remain target the few shellfish remaining which are fished for...
Climate change is predicted to dramatically affect the Thames and its stakeholders. Many are working to make the Thames more resilient to climate change, as well as positively changing the river's...

News

This year’s Burntwood Lecture, delivered by Professor Sir Ian Boyd, former Chief Scientific Adviser at Defra, attracted over 200 environmental professionals looking to further engage in some of the...
The IES has written to the Secretary of State for Health & Social Care, Matt Hancock, to highlight the opportunities of using the new Environmental Bill to tackle health and wellbeing...

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