Institution of Environmental Sciences (IES)

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  • Challenging Perceptions in Land Condition

    Challenging Perceptions in Land Condition

    As cities and towns nationwide look for innovative ways to tackle the housing crisis, land condition professionals dedicate themselves to unlocking land that was otherwise written off for development. With an increasing drive for accessible green space, remediated sites now not only provide much needed space for housing, but the chance for green spaces in the heart of our cities. This edition of the environmental SCIENTIST highlights some of t

  • Deeper than Plastic: Issues for the Marine Environment

    Deeper than Plastic: Issues for the Marine Environment

    With the return of David Attenborough's Blue Planet, the Earth's seas and oceans have been at the forefront of the public agenda in 2018. This edition of the environmental SCIENTIST takes a look beneath the surface, uncovering issues faced by the marine environment. Join us, as we dive into topics such as the changing habitats of cetacean species, studying the activity on the ocean floor, and observing long-term climate trends in the Earth's o

  • Living Labs

    Living Labs

    As Higher Education Institutions increasingly strive to find the most impactful way of conducting innovative education and research, many are initiating Living Labs programmes. The objective of a Living Lab programme is to establish a platform where people from different stakeholder groups can easily and effectively collaborate. While Living Labs are not limited to sustainability, this sector has led the way and embraced their potential to enh

  • Science without Borders: Making the SDGs Successful

    Science without Borders: Making the SDGs Successful

    In September 2015, world leaders adopted the seventeen goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development at a special United National Summit. 193 UN Member States signed up to the Goals, which are focused around ending poverty and hunger, protecting the planet, fostering peaceful societies and promoting partnerships to help achieve the sustainable development. Science is fundamental to many of the Goals and the 169 targets which accompany t

  • Unintended Consequences In Environmental Science

    Unintended Consequences In Environmental Science

    Unintended consequences crop up throughout our lives; they can change our perspective, open new avenues and create all manner of problems. Science owes many groundbreaking discoveries to the unexpected but not all unintended consequences lead to great things - whether positive or negative the impact of the "unknown unknowns" cannot be understated. This edition of the environmental SCIENTIST seeks to highlight the uncertain nature of environmen