Sustainability

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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...
The Rushlight Awards are the only set of awards designed specifically to support and promote all the latest clean technologies, innovations and initiatives for businesses and other organisations...
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...
English Coastal Challenge Summit 2019 - 8th October 2019 Hosted by the Coastal Partnerships Network, the aim of the English Coastal Challenge Summit is to bring together coastal communities from...
The impact of a changing climate on the severity of flooding has been demonstrated by a number of studies over the past decade. Increasing communities’ and critical infrastructure’s resilience...
In the last two hundred years, humans have made such a tremendous impact on the world that our geological epoch is about to be declared the 'Anthropocene', or the Age of Man. But while we have been...

Profile

Gilly is Planning Manager at Enhance Land and Planning, a Cornwall-based planning consultancy with sustainable development at its heart. Primarily, Gilly is involved in large-scale residential...

News

Jill Rutter, Senior Fellow at the Institute for Government will Chair this year's Burntwood Lecture. Within her career, Jill has been a senior civil servant in Defra, No.10 and the Treasury. In...

Report

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 report looks at differences in...

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