Who are they: The Institute of Air Quality Management (IAQM) is the authoritative voice for air quality, which maintains, enhances and promotes the highest standards of working practices in the field and for the professional development of those who undertake this work.

Relationship to the IES: The IES provides support to the work of the IAQM committee and administers their financial and membership records. The IAQM acts as a formal committee on air quality within the IES.


Who are they: PP4SD (Professional Practice for Sustainable Development) promoted sustainable practice among professionals, through development and dissemination of CPD materials and events that encouraged cross-professional dialogue and learning. Most materials are still available through the IES.

Relationship to the IES: The IES was a lead partner within the organisation and provided administrative support. The project closed in 2015.


Who are they: The Society for the Environment is an independent, not for profit organisation incorporated by Royal Charter to license and award the title Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) to professional individuals through its licensed members.

Relationship to the IES: The IES is a founder body and licensed to award Chartered Environmentalist.

Science Council

Who are they: The Science Council is an umbrella organisation that brings together learned societies and professional bodies across science and its applications.

Relationship to the IES: The IES is a member body and is licensed by the Science Council to award Chartered Scientist.


Who are they: The Committee of Heads of Environmental Sciences (CHES) is the collective voice of the environmental sciences and related programmes in higher and further education. CHES plays a leading role in the Higher Education Environmental Science community and advocates for environmental science within education.

Relationship to the IES: After working closely together for over a decade in 2013 CHES merged with the IES and now serves as its education committee.


Who are they: ENEP is the European Network of Environmental Professionals . It represents 22 European Environmental Organisations and over 45,000 individual professionals. ENEP seeks to influence and implement the environmental agenda throughout Europe. It aims to do so by being respected for its adherence to sound, objective science rather than political lobbying but will be proactive where scientific or technical evidence supports it.

Relationship to the IES: The IES is a member.