Conservation and Ecology

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A list published in January by the Science Council is being used to highlight a collective blind spot in the approach of government, media and public to science, which either tends to refer only to...
Scientists and research institutes are challenging the idea that uncertainty in research is a reason for people to worry about the reliability of findings. Researchers in climate science, disease...
May marks the launch of the UK Government's Smarter Regulation Review. UK businesses and the public are being asked to send ideas on how environmental rules and regulations can be drawn together and...
The IES has been working with other professional bodies over the past two months to ensure that environmental policy is underpinned by sound science across a number of policy areas. In April the IES...
This is the question that we set out to address when we first started work on the newest edition of the IES journal London 2012: sustainable legacy?. This is our longest ever journal at 92 pages and...
Register now so that teams in your school or organisation can enter Britain’s most popular environmental competition. There are one-hour and one-day versions, which can be done at any time during...

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The Sangam, or meeting of rivers, at Pancheshwar in the Himalayas (Uttarakhand State, India), is the site of proposals to build the Pancheshwar Dam to control flow of the Kali River and its...
An updated version of our 2012 publication, the purpose of this document is to bring together a list of available funding streams for research, careers or projects in the environmental sciences. This...

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Gayle has worked at TRAFFIC, an international NGO focused on wildlife trade, since 2011. She leads a portfolio of work there on Social and Behavioural Change Communications (SBCC), applying...
For the last three years Heather has been working as an independent consultant, undertaking a range of projects, focused predominantly in the learning and skills sector. She also works with the...

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