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Spring Conference 2015 'Managing Change in Coastal Habitats'

Spring Conference 2015 'Managing Change in Coastal Habitats'

Bookings now open and initial speakers announced... …More Information

BCT Wildlife and transport infrastructure Symposium – 1 April 2015

The keynote speaker for the BCTs international symposium will be Lars Nilsson of CEDR. …More Information

Bat Habitats Regulation Act 2015

A Bill has been proposed by Christopher Chope, Conservative MP for Christchurch, to make provision to enhance the protection available for bat habitats in the non-built environment and to limit the protection for bat habitats in the built environment. …More Information

European Commission Fitness Check of the Nature Directives

The European Commission has announced its review of the EU Habitats and Wild Birds Directives. This new review will be looking at the Directives themselves and how they have been working across the EU. It forms part of a wider Commission better regulation project called REFIT which is looking at a range of EU legislation. …More Information

Welsh Section Conference 2015 Launched

Welsh Section Conference 2015 Launched

The Welsh Section committee launch their 2015 Conference and AGM.
Bookings now open... …More Information

Funding Announced for Bat Surveys & Mitigation in Churches

With a cut-off date of Fri 30 Jan, individual applications for grants of between £10,000 & £100,000 can be made for roof repairs & associated bat surveys and mitigation, in Listed Places of Worship. The fund is being administered by the NHMF in connection with the Department for Culture, Media & Sport. …More Information

Successful Autumn Conference in Edinburgh

CIEEM held its recent Autumn Conference entitled ‘Progress in Effective Habitat Restoration, Translocation and Creation’ in Edinburgh on 11-12 November 2014. …More Information

People, Politics and the Planet - Any Questions? A pre-election debate on the environmental policies of the UK’s major political parties, chaired by Jonathan Dimbleby

People, Politics and the Planet - Any Questions? A pre-election debate on the environmental policies of the UK’s major political parties, chaired by Jonathan Dimbleby

In May 2015, citizens of the United Kingdom will take to the polls and cast their vote for the party that they would like to see run the country for the next five years. But how would the largest political parties seek to secure a sustainable future for the natural environment? …More Information

December edition of In Practice magazine focuses on training and skills

The latest edition of CIEEM's bulletin, In Practice, focuses on the topics of training and skills. …More Information

EU governments to begin invasive species action

Member states have until 2 January 2016 to put in place “fully functioning structures” to prevent the intentional introduction of invasive alien species into the EU when the European Commission introduces its first list of species to be banned. Those species that are causing the most damage will be prioritised under regulation 1143/2014, which enters into force on 1 January 2015 after it was published in the EU Official Journal on 4th November 2014. …More Information

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