Conservation and Ecology

News

The IES has responded to a call for input from the Academy of Medical Sciences, investigating 'Health of the public in 2040'. This consultation forms part of a project being undertaken by a Working...
As part of its regulatory REFIT programme, the European Commission has been conducting a 'fitness check' of European nature legislation (the Birds and Habitats Directives). Through the European...
In the few days the Defra Smarter Guidance team will publish several new plans for reforming guidance. The plans will cover guidance related to: Bovine TB Forests and Woodlands Genetically Modified...
As part of its Regulatory Fitness and Performance Programme (REFIT), the European Commission is undertaking a Fitness Check of the EU nature legislation, the Birds Directive and the Habitats...
Following the publication of December 2014’s environmental SCIENTIST, UK National Ecosystem Assessment: What now?, the IES is launching a new special interest group.  The Ecosystems,...
Our Storify is an overview of this year's dispersion user group meeting featuring tweets, photos and slides from the talks of the day.  
The Higher Education Academy (HEA) and the National Union of Students (NUS) are conducting a short and confidential survey to understand more about business’ experiences of working with recent...
The IES has signed a letter to Mark Carney, the Governor of the Bank of England, offering to open discussions on how the Bank and financial sector can contribute to dealing with environmental...

Event

Are you thinking about innovation in your work as a business or member of a research group? Do you have a good idea for an innovative product or service? Innovate UK, formerly known as the Technology...
Air quality practitioners quantify the ecological impacts of air pollution, but rely on ecologists to assess the effects. This event shall bring together the two professions in order to learn how...

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