Impact Assessment

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A free special event for Chartered Environmentalists 16.00     Registration & coffee  16.30     Welcome & introduction 16.40     Introductions from the guest panellists;               - Rob...

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Defra has published Water Management guidance reform plans on the guidance and data website. The following subject areas are covered: Supplying and treating water Water abstraction and storage Each...
The Ecosystems Knowledge Network is conducting a survey to assess the practical uptake of an ecosystems approach within policy and practice in the UK. The Network is now entering a new phase with...
IAQM have released new guidance on the assessment of dust from demolition and construction. Construction sites can give rise to annoyance due to the soiling of surfaces by dust and increase long term...
As part of the Government's 'Better Regulation' drive the Government and its regulators are simplifying all environmental guidance to make it quicker to understand and easier to use. Environmental...
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...
In a letter to all Local Authorities in England Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for natural environment and science Lord De Mauley has announced that funding for the Contaminated Land Capital...
The IES is pleased to announce that Alpa Patel, a doctoral student at Brunel University, has won this year's John Rose Award. Her research, supervised by Dr Mariann Rand-Weaver and Professor John...

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Emissions of dust to air can occur during the preparation of the land (e.g. demolition, land clearing, and earth moving), and during construction. Emissions can vary substantially from day...
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...

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