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CIEEM Award Winners 2017

Best Practice - Large-Scale Practical Nature Conservation

Winner: Delamere Living Landscape - Cheshire Wildlife Trust

 

Highly Commended: Pearls in Peril - Scottish Natural Heritage

Highly Commended: The Arun and Rother Connections - RSPB, Sussex Wildlife, SDNPA

Best Practice - Innovation

Winner: EcoReporterApp - Network Rail

Highly Commended: Water & So Much More - Northumbrian Water Group

Commended: A338 Bournemouth Spur Road - Hanson UK, Dorest County Council Strategic Partnership

Best Practice Knowledge Sharing

Winner: TomBio QGIS plugin - Field Studies Council

Highly Commended: Mersey Gateway - AECOM, Merseylink, Mersey Gateway Environment Trust

Highly Commended: Inner Forth Landscape Project - Inner Forth Landscape Initiative

Highly Commended: Ecosystem Assessment and NCA profiling in Kachchh District - University of Greenwich, Gujarat Institute of Desert Ecology

Best Practice Stakeholder Engagement

Winner: Mersey Gateway - AECOM, Merseylink, Mersey Gateway Environment Trust

Highly Commended: The Inner Forth Landscape Project - Inner Forth Landscape Initiative

Highly Commended: Sharing Good Practice Programme - Scottish Natural Heritage

Corporate Achievement Award

Winner: Free Range Egg Tree Planting Scheme - The Lakes Free Range Egg Company

NGO Impact Award

Winner: Birmingham and Black Country Nature Improvement Area - The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country

Highly Commended: National Biodiversity Network Atlas - National Biodiversity Network

Highly Commended: Woodberry Wetlands - London Wildlife Trust

NGO Impact Award Sponsor 2017:

Student Project Award

Winner: Jacob Willmore

Highly Commended: Anna Spence

Student Project Award Sponsor 2017: 

Promising Professional Award

Winner: Rachel Bamford GradCIEEM

Highly Commended: Rachael Maddison GradCIEEM

Promising Professional Award Sponsor 2017:

In Practice Award

Winner: "An Innovative Approach to Landscape-Scale Peatland Restoration" by Rachel Short MCIEEM and Peter Robson CEnv MCIEEM (published September 2016)

Highly Commended: "The Case for High-Density Compact Cities" by Lincoln Garland CEnv MCIEEM (published June 2016)

Highly Commended: "Evidence of Benefit to Breeding Birds from Blanket Bog Restoration at Dove Stone in the Peak District National Park" by Geoff Carr CEnv MCIEEM and Dave O’Hara (published September 2016)

In Practice Award Sponsor 2017:

Members' Award

Winner: Philip Perrin CEnv MCIEEM

Highly Commended: John Haddow MCIEEM

Members' Award Sponsor 2017:

CIEEM Medal

The CIEEM Medal is the Chartered Institute’s highest accolade and is awarded annually in recognition of an outstanding single or life-long contribution to the field of ecology and environmental management.

The winner of the CIEEM Medal for 2017 was Professor Sir John Lawton.