11
Feb

SE0216B - Consultation Workshop - The Natural Capital Protocol and Sector Guides

This workshop is an opportunity for GACSO and IEMA members to review and feedback comments on the developing Natural Capital Protocol and sector guides.  A presentation on the Protocol will be given by Mark Gough, Executive Director for the Natural Capital Coalition - followed by round table discussions to capture views from practitioners.

This event is suitable for practitioners who work in situations where Natural Capital or ecosystem services are viewed as a ‘material issue’.  This is an opportunity to help influence the Protocol as it is refined into a new standardized framework for business to measure and value their direct and indirect impacts and dependencies on natural capital.

17
Feb

WS0216 - 8 Golden Minutes

This is your opportunity to practice, develop and deploy your presentation skills.

Whether you need to present as part of a job interview or pitching a business case, these skills are essential to any professional. Having the chance to strengthen them in an informal, supportive environment is an opportunity not to be missed! You’ll get valuable feedback from a member of the Speakers Trust and leave the session with new confidence in public speaking. 

18
Feb

WEB0216D - ISO 14001:2015 – Risks and Opportunities

Risks and opportunities is a big talking point of the revised 14001 standard. This new requirement has the potential to ensure EMS are effective and that they contribute to the overall success of the organisation. However, its integration into existing EMS will not be easy. Join this webinar to get up to speed on this crucial area of the standard’s structure. 

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23
Feb

EXT0216 - edie Sustainability Reporting Conference

95% of Global 250 companies have released a sustainability report to realise the reputational, investment, and efficiency benefits that the reporting process provides.

Now in its 5th year the edie Sustainability Reporting Conference will examine the global reporting landscape whilst addressing the biggest challenges faced by those striving to improve their own report and its impact for key stakeholders.

Sustainability leaders from Nestlé, BT Group, Unilever, GRI, CDSB, UNGC, Aviva, Whitbread, Diageo, The Crown Estate and McNicholas are just some of the speakers already confirmed.

On the 23 February 2016 in London why not join over 100 peers at this CPD-certified event which will take you on the reporting journey.

IEMA Members get an exclusive discount of 15% - to take advantage of this offer just use code IEMA15SR when booking. 

For more information please visit www.sb-reporting.net or call Katie Shopland on +44 (0)1342 332041

15
Mar

WEB0316A - ISO 14001:2015 – Lifecycle thinking

Lifecycle thinking is a hot topic of the revised 14001 standard.  It has prompted concern and inspiration in equal measure but which has the potential to deliver much environmental and business value.  

This webinar - the last in a series of five – will outline what 14001 requires and provides some practical guidance on how you can achieve it.  Your presenter, Greg Roberts, Manager Sustainability, Ramboll Environ and UK Expert at ISO 14004 Technical Committee meetings, will relay his experiences with companies on this topic and there will be the opportunity for Q&A with Greg; perfect if you have any burning questions.

If you have any EMS responsibilities, particularly if you are working towards the revised ISO14001:2015 standard – then this webinar is for you.

 

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17
Mar

SW0316 - Celebrating at 10 years: ISO14001 at Paignton Zoo

A unique opportunity to visit Paignton Zoo who has held the ISO14001 standard since 2005. This event will cover the challenges of implementing the standard at one of the UK’s largest Zoos and the energy efficiency program that the zoo is undertaking to reduce costs and increase welfare standards.

Peter Morgan is the Environmental Officer For Whitley Wildlife Conservation Trust who manage Newquay Zoo, Paignton Zoo and Torquay’s Living Coasts. Peter is currently an associate member of IEMA and worked previously as an electrical engineer and also as an advisor on renewable energy and sustainable housing projects.

6
Apr

WA0416 - 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! 

6
Apr

WA0416B - 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 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.  

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. 

14
Apr

EXT0416 - Sustainable Best Practice Exchange

An event for professionals to exchange best practice on Energy, Sustainable Supply Chains, Skills and Economic Development. Four expert panels and 12 roundtable discussions running in parallel allow you to pick and choose the topics most relevant to you. The smart scheduling system lets delegates set up a personal agenda, including one-to-one meetings with presenters or other delegates. IEMA members enjoy special rates: private sector £236 instead of £295 and public sector, academic and non-profit £156 instead of £195. All prices plus VAT. To find out more and book at the privilege rate click here

19
Apr

EXT0416 - Delivering the Northern Powerhouse: Smart Cities Conference.

This conference is being run by  the University of Salford, who are offering a special offer for IEMA Members – 25% off delegate tickets = £240 + VAT  (Usually £325+VAT).

Policy makers are turning to ‘smart cities’, where digital and telecommunication technologies are used for the benefit of inhabitants and businesses, to improve cities’ economic output, strengthen communities, and mitigate environmental degradation.

The Future of Smart Cities Conference will help you to gain insights into how smart cities can improve citizens’ lives, reduce our carbon footprint, and boost the economy. Delegates will learn from senior government figures and industry insiders about what the UK is undertaking at home and abroad to create the smart cities of tomorrow, and the international competition they face in doing so. The full course agenda can be found here: http://www.salford.ac.uk/onecpd/courses/the-future-of-smart-cities-conference

To book please email sabrina@onecpd.co.uk or call 0161 295 4466 and use the discount code SPD25.

1
Jun

WA0616 - 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! 

 

1
Jun

WA0616B - 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 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.  

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. 

3
Aug

WA0816 - 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! 

3
Aug

WA0816B - 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.