1
Sep

SE0916 - South East Regional Social

The South East Region acts as a focal point on environmental policy, legislation and regulation, networking opportunities and professional development for members in the South East. This social is a regular fixture in the calendar, providing an opportunity for members from within and outside the network to meet and catch-up with each other. 

6
Sep

NW0916 - Guided Tour of Risley Moss Nature Reserve

The Risley Moss nature reserve is a great example of how measures to continually improve and promote biodiversity can really work. This site visit is a great opportunity for members to see restoration, protection and improvement of a rare habitat in action.

7
Sep

SW0916 - Transition to ISO 14001:2015

The new ISO 14001:2015 raises a number of implementation challenges. From life-cycle perspective, getting leaders truly engaged, assessing opportunities as well as risks, and understanding how the external environment can impact on the organisation – there are new expectations on those responsible for their EMS and driving improving.

This workshop is your opportunity to share your experiences of getting to grips with the new requirements.

8
Sep

WS0916 - Transitioning Scottish EIA to the amended Directive 2014/52/EU

The Scottish Government is consulting on transposing the amended Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Directive 2014/52/EU across Scotland’s consent regimes. From introducing health, competent expert requirements and monitoring to amending screening and multi-stage consent, the result of this consultation will shape the future of EIA in Scotland for years to come.

This workshop is your opportunity to hear from the Scottish Government, discuss the suggested changes and help devise IEMA’s consultation response.

13
Sep

WEB0916 - ISO14000 Series update

As ISO holds its Environmental Management plenary meeting in South Korea, IEMA’s Chief Policy Advisor Martin Baxter will give an update on the latest developments, including new standards on Climate change adaptation, monetary valuation of environmental impacts & determining environmental costs & benefits. 

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14
Sep

SE0916B - Brexit - Implications for Environment and Sustainability

The UK’s decision to leave the EU raises a number of questions and opportunities around the future economy, international trade and environment and climate policy.  

This workshop is your opportunity to tell us what you think and share your ideas with other IEMA members.  We want to know what you want to preserve at all costs, and what needs a fundamental re-think to get better outcomes for the future.

15
Sep

EE0916 - Transition to ISO 14001:2015

The new ISO 14001:2015 raises a number of implementation challenges. From life-cycle perspective, getting leaders truly engaged, assessing opportunities as well as risks, and understanding how the external environment can impact on the organisation – there are new expectations on those responsible for their EMS and driving improving.

This workshop is your opportunity to share your experiences of getting to grips with the new requirements.

15
Sep

EE0916B - Brexit – Implications for Environment and Sustainability

The UK’s decision to leave the EU raises a number of questions and opportunities around the future economy, international trade and environment and climate policy.  

This workshop is your opportunity to tell us what you think and share your ideas with other IEMA members.  We want to know what you want to preserve at all costs, and what needs a fundamental re-think to get better outcomes for the future.

20
Sep

EXT0916 - The Big Green Business Event 2016

The Big Green Event Expo provides a powerful argument that a greener business strategy is proven to considerably reduce running costs, improve processes and create a best practice ethos - which in turn attracts the best quality staff.
 
Come along for a showcase of varied exhibitors, workshops, one-day circular economy conference and electric/hybrid vehicle arena. Including a 21st Century communications hub, business leaders Green Room and Uncomfortable Truth Zone. 
 
The event's Influential Keynote Speaker platform will host IEMA's Martin Baxter, plus Google and the Ellen MacArthur Foundation: Circular Economy.
 
Entry is free, so click here to book and or find out more here.

20
Sep

WEB0916B - Progressing the Circular Economy in the UK - Where is Progress being made?

The Circular Economy is focused on using resources in a manner that is restorative by design, and through this resources are managed in a sustainable way so that value is created alongside improved environmental and social performance. Progress in this area can only be made through collaboration and this webinar looks at initiatives in two parts of the UK that are already driving success.

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21
Sep

AGM2016 - IEMA Annual General Meeting

You are hereby given notice that IEMA’s Annual General Meeting will be held on Wednesday 21st September 2016 at the Royal Institute of British Architects, 66 Portland Place, London W1B 1AD and commence at 5.30pm. 

All members are invited and entitled to attend and vote at the meeting. Click here to see the full AGM agenda, details on proxy voting and supporting documents. You will need to be logged in to view this page. We hope to see you there.

The AGM is open to all members. Members are welcome to book onto the meeting, but it is not essential.

21
Sep

WA0916B - Full member and CEnv Mentor Forum

Aiming to achieve Full and Chartered Environmentalist status in 2016? Perhaps you are already an MIEMA but you are hoping to add CEnv to your credentials. If any of this sounds like you, then you should book your place at our upcoming Full & CEnv Forum.

These monthly sessions provide advice, direction and lots of encouragement to set you on the road to achieving your goals. You will meet and get face-to-face guidance from Full Member mentors. Come along and you’ll enjoy an informal get-together that will set you on the right road for the next part of your membership journey; next stop – MIEMA CEnv! 

21
Sep

WA0916C - Wales Network Meeting and Social

The Wales Network acts as a focal point on Welsh environmental policy, legislation and regulation, networking opportunities and professional development for members within Wales  This meeting and cocial is a regular fixture in the calendar, providing an opportunity for members from within and outside the Network to meet and catch-up with each other.  

We welcome your colleagues who have not yet joined IEMA, so bring along a contact who you think would benefit from connecting into the Wales Network. Book your place, come along, meet some new people and enjoy a social afterwards in the bar. 

22
Sep

WS0816B - Green Tourism in Scotland

The tourism industry is taking sustainability seriously, with national parks, golf courses and even live music events now moving to make their practices more sustainable. Learn from three speakers about their approaches and the challenges they face.

28
Sep

NW0916B - Corporate Sustainability Trends

This half-day seminar will look at current sustainability trends, and give you first hand examples of how leading organisations in the region are managing these programmes. With speakers from the Manchester Airports Group and Simply Sustainable, this is a great event to see sustainability in action.

6
Oct

CS1016B - Brexit – Implications for Environment and Sustainability

The UK’s decision to leave the EU raises a number of questions and opportunities around the future economy, international trade and environment and climate policy.  

This workshop is your opportunity to tell us what you think and share your ideas with other IEMA members.  We want to know what you want to preserve at all costs, and what needs a fundamental re-think to get better outcomes for the future.

11
Oct

NW1016 - Transition to ISO 14001:2015

The new ISO 14001:2015 raises a number of implementation challenges. From life-cycle perspective, getting leaders truly engaged, assessing opportunities as well as risks, and understanding how the external environment can impact on the organisation – there are new expectations on those responsible for their EMS and driving improving.

This workshop is your opportunity to share your experiences of getting to grips with the new requirements.

12-13
Oct

EXT1016 - Contamination EXPO Series 2016

The Contamination EXPO Series 2016, at ExCeL London on the 12th & 13th October, is a major new European exhibition providing the latest knowledge, products, and innovations to manage all aspects of contamination, from land remediation, spill response to air pollution and hazardous materials with a major focus on asbestos.

The exhibition has been designed to offer professionals working in the contamination sector with the most cutting edge products and services from around the world, while also delivering a leading educational programme from prominent experts in each field.

The exhibition will feature over 120 hours of CPD accredited, free-to-attend seminar conference content, networking and the exhibition show floor will be filled with companies offering the most innovative products, solutions and expertise in cleaning up, or preventing contamination.

13
Oct

NW1016 - IEMA Environmental Careers Event

The North West is hosting a special careers event for Students and Graduates to meet, learn and network with a cross section of experienced professionals as you take your first steps on your career path.

18-20
Oct

EXT1016 - Energy 2016

Energy 2016 is the industry trade event dedicated to renewables, innovation and power solutions. 

From energy storage to biomass, from water management to renewable solutions Energy 2016 will bring together all energy suppliers under one roof providing industry tailored feature programmes to suit your needs. Have the opportunity to meet in a professional setting with key industry suppliers whether it be on exhibitors stands or association stations, forum hubs or whether you participate in our Hosted Buyers Programme, the benefits are endless on what you can receive from this multinational exhibition.

Uniting all the key business players in the industry such as architects, project/energy managers, engineers, developers and much more, this event not only provides the perfect platform to discuss solutions in the energy sector but to a wider range of interconnected industries.

Energy 2016 is part of UK Construction Week (UKCW) and will be held at Birmingham’s NEC on the 18-20 October 2016. UKCW consists of nine shows under one roof, Timber Expo, Build Show, Civils Expo, Plant & Machinery Live, Energy 2016, Smart Buildings 2016, Surface & Materials Show, HVAC 2016 and Grand Designs Live.

These eight professional shows are open exclusively to trade visitors and run from 18-20 October, while Grand Designs Live is open to the public from 19-23 October.

18
Oct

MI1016 - Brexit – Implications for Environment and Sustainability

The UK’s decision to leave the EU raises a number of questions and opportunities around the future economy, international trade and environment and climate policy. 

This workshop is your opportunity to tell us what you think and share your ideas with other IEMA members.  We want to know what you want to preserve at all costs, and what needs a fundamental re-think to get better outcomes for the future.

10
Nov

MI1116 - Transition to ISO 14001:2015

The new ISO 14001:2015 raises a number of implementation challenges. From life-cycle perspective, getting leaders truly engaged, assessing opportunities as well as risks, and understanding how the external environment can impact on the organisation – there are new expectations on those responsible for their EMS and driving improving.

This workshop is your opportunity to share your experiences of getting to grips with the new requirements.

23
Nov

WA1116A - Full member and CEnv Mentor Forum

Aiming to achieve Full and Chartered Environmentalist status in 2016? Perhaps you are already an MIEMA but you are hoping to add CEnv to your credentials. If any of this sounds like you, then you should book your place at our upcoming Full & CEnv Forum.

These monthly sessions provide advice, direction and lots of encouragement to set you on the road to achieving your goals. You will meet and get face-to-face guidance from Full Member mentors. Come along and you’ll enjoy an informal get-together that will set you on the right road for the next part of your membership journey; next stop – MIEMA CEnv! 

23
Nov

WA1116B - Wales Network Meeting and Social

The Wales Network acts as a focal point on Welsh environmental policy, legislation and regulation, networking opportunities and professional development for members within Wales  This meeting and cocial is a regular fixture in the calendar, providing an opportunity for members from within and outside the Network to meet and catch-up with each other.  

We welcome your colleagues who have not yet joined IEMA, so bring along a contact who you think would benefit from connecting into the Wales Network. Book your place, come along, meet some new people and enjoy a social afterwards in the bar.