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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

CIEEM invites tenders for a feasibility study into provision of e-learning

CIEEM is inviting tenders for the preparation of a feasibility study into the potential for incorporating e-learning opportunities as part of our Professional Development Programme. …More Information

CIEEM Awards featured on BBC Nature

A number of the 2014 CIEEM Awards winners have been featured in an image slideshow on the BBC Nature website. …More Information

Defra consulting on Reforming Biodiversity Guidance

Defra has published plans outlining its proposed content for the new guidance on Biodiversity. …More Information

2014 CIEEM Award winners presented with trophies at award ceremony

2014 CIEEM Award winners presented with trophies at award ceremony

On 26 June the 2014 CIEEM Award winners were presented with their trophies at a special luncheon …More Information

UK to host 2022 World Congress of Soil Science

The International Union of Soil Sciences (IUSS) has awarded the 2022 World Congress to the British Society of Soil Science. …More Information

New study says European agricultural policy is failing the environment

The European policies designed to encourage a more biodiverse environment that is better able to support wildlife and plants are failing. In fact, analysis of the reforms designed to “green” the EU Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) suggests they neither encourage greater wildlife abundance nor provide adequate protection for vulnerable habitats such as grasslands. …More Information

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