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Scotland votes to remain part of the UK

Scotland votes to remain part of the UK

In the referendum on independence from the UK, Scotland has voted to remain part of the United Kingdom by a small majority. …More Information

Meeting with Natural England re Protected Species Licensing

Meeting with Natural England re Protected Species Licensing

CIEEM President John Box, Chief Executive Sally Hayns and Andrew Baker (Baker Associates) met with Natural England on 16 September 2014 to discuss increasing member concerns about the current approach to protected species licensing. …More Information

Natural England Licensing

CIEEM has recently written to Natural England regarding problems with EPS licensing. CIEEM will be working with Natural England on these issues.
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Rob Strachan Obituary

Rob Strachan Obituary

Rob Strachan, ecologist and author of The Water Vole Conservation Handbook, died in May following a short illness. Most recently, Rob worked as Biodiversity Technical Specialist with Natural Resources Wales focusing on Priority Biodiversity Action Plan species and habitats associated with wetlands and rivers. He was the author of a great many publications on water vole, otter, mink and pine marten, but also of several books with broad public appeal, such as The Mammal Detective. …More Information

Bookings now open for Autumn Conference

Bookings now open for Autumn Conference

Habitat Restoration, Translocation and Creation …More Information

Free skills training workshops!

Free skills training workshops!

Free skills training workshops! …More Information

Elizabeth Truss is new Environment Secretary

Elizabeth Truss is new Environment Secretary …More Information

CIEEM response to bats and churches opinion piece in The Times

CIEEM has responded to the recent opinion piece “Bat-huggers have no excuse. History is being destroyed. Why should people endanger their health when they worship?” by Jean Wilson published on 17 June 2014 in The Times. …More Information

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