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Think tank finds human impacts have reached a critical stage

Think tank finds human impacts have reached a critical stage

The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) has published a report urging politicians and policymakers to recognise the scale of the current environmental crisis. …More Information

Review warns of global insect decline

Review warns of global insect decline

A global review of insect population trends has shown 40% of the world's insect species are at risk of extinction over the next few decades. …More Information

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Last year we received nearly 100 membership applications a month, over 80% of which were successful. This is fantastic news for CIEEM, for the profession and for the environment, because the louder our voice, the more sway we’ll have with decision makers and the greater our chances of achieving positive change. Because whatever happens on 29 March, we still have a job to do. …More Information

CIEEM Patron proposed for Natural England chair role

CIEEM Patron proposed for Natural England chair role

CIEEM is delighted with the proposal that Tony Juniper, a CIEEM Patron, becomes the new Chair of Natural England. …More Information

Ecosulis launch Rewilding Tech Challenge

Ecosulis launch Rewilding Tech Challenge

Ecosulis have launched their first ever Rewilding Tech Contest in the UK. …More Information

CIEEM Spring Conference 2019

CIEEM Spring Conference 2019

Early bird bookings are now open for our Spring Conference! This one day event will bring together a variety of stakeholder perspectives to explore the rationale behind the biodiversity net gain (BNG) approach and critical success factors to its delivery. …More Information

Further protections for Poole Harbour SSSI

Natural England has extended the Poole Harbour Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) by 40% to protect its unique range of wildlife. …More Information

CIEEM President gives evidence in Parliament on Japanese Knotweed

CIEEM President gives evidence in Parliament on Japanese Knotweed

Today, our President, Max Wade, gave evidence to the Science and Technology Committee on Japanese Knotweed and the built environment. …More Information

National Audit Office publish report on environmental metrics

National Audit Office publish report on environmental metrics

The National Audit Office (NAO) has published a report examining the government's use of environmental metrics. …More Information

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