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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

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

SNH publish Scottish Beaver Trial reports

SNH publish Scottish Beaver Trial reports

Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) has published six scientific reports by the partner organisations behind the Scottish Beaver Trial (SBT) – the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland (RZSS), the Scottish Wildlife Trust, and Forestry Commission Scotland – on the first ever licenced mammal reintroduction in the UK. …More Information

2015 Spring Conference: Call for Papers

2015 Spring Conference: Call for Papers

CIEEM's Spring Conference (Bristol, 24 March) will focus on 'Managing Coastal Habitats'. We are now inviting the submission of papers. …More Information

Low Impact Bat Class Licence - Updated Application Form

Natural England has informed us that there appears to be a problem with the ‘submit application’ button for the above application process, which has now been fixed. …More Information

Defra publish plans for future content on Gov.uk

Defra has now published the outline content for the Development topic guidance for gov.uk and list of what is happening to existing Natural England guidance for stakeholder comments. This includes guidance on SEA, EIA, local plans, neighbourhood planning, agricultural land classification and energy development. …More Information

Introduction of the Low Impact Bat Class Licence: invitation to apply to become a Registered Consultant

Natural England has announced the introduction of the Low Impact Bat Class Licence and an invitation to apply to become a Registered Consultant.

Please see the documents below with regards to inviting applications to become a Registered Consultant for the Low Impact Bat Class Licence. The application period runs from 12th November to midnight on the 1st December only. …More Information

Stephanie Wray elected as next CIEEM President

Stephanie Wray elected as next CIEEM President

Dr Stephanie Wray CEnv FCIEEM, a partner at Peter Brett Associates LLP, has been elected as the next President of the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (CIEEM). …More Information

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