1
Jun

NW0616 - Business Strategies for Sustainability- Research Symposium

The symposium will take place in a collaborative and cooperative setting and will provide plenty of time for the discussion and sharing of best practice. We will also inaugurate a new Sustainable Business Research Club for practitioners, academics and policy makers that will facilitate the sharing of knowledge, experiences, activities and aspirations.

Benefits of attending

  • Bringing together commercial practitioners, leading academics and policy decision makers 
  • Exploring and examining business strategies and models for future sustainability and carbon management. 
  • Identifying practical solutions, actions and outcomes that can be applied in organisations of all types.
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. 

2
Jun

EXT0616C - World Environment Day (Supported by the North East Region)

Enviro UK Consultants Ltd is hosting an event with sponsors Hardwick Hall Hotel and Star Radio on Thursday 2nd June to raise awareness of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) "World Environment Day" (WED). The WED 2016 theme is "Go Wild for Life" Zero Tolerance for the Illegal Wildlife Trade.  http://web.unep.org/wed/ 

The event takes place on Thursday 2nd June between 11am and 2pm at Hardwick Hall Hotel, Sedgefield and will bring together the wildlife and conservation agencies to help raise awareness of the global issue whilst also helping us to better protect our own national, regional and local wildlife.

For more details click here

2
Jun

SE0616 - 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. 

10
Jun

WEB0616 - The Modern Slavery Act 

As of March 2016 the Modern Slavery act will require businesses to meet new disclosure requirements, this webinar will provide an introduction to the act and its key legal requirements for businesses.

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13
Jun

WS0616 - Whitelee Windfarm Site Visit

Book your place on this site visit to Whitelee Windfarm, the UK’s largest onshore windfarm. This is your opportunity to see a highly productive renewable energy farm at work.

15
Jun

EXT0616B - Eco Fair 2016

IEMA is sponsoring the People and Property zones of this year’s Eco Fair. This one day business to business exhibition and conference will help you to identify cost savings and reduce your organisation’s impact on the environment. It’s free to attend, doors open at 8.30am and technical with best practice seminars will taking place throughout the day.

This annual event is now in its 7th year and is well established as the largest environmental event in the north of England.

Further details, including how to register for your free place are available at www.eco-fair.co.uk

15
Jun

WA0616A - Assessing Environmental Impact

There have been a number of recent planning, policy and regulatory developments within Wales, the UK and EU which influence the practice and requirements of EIA. This event will identify some of the key drivers which affect EIA practice, share good practice and helpful case studies.

16
Jun

EXT0616A - 2nd Annual Circular Economy Conference 2016 (Supported by The East of England Region)

The Hertfordshire Chamber of Commerce is holding its second Circular Economy Conference at BRE, near Watford, on Thursday 16 June.

Keynote speakers are Benita Matofska, founder of The People Who Share and Dr Mariale Moreno, Research Fellow in Sustainable Consumption and Production at Cranfield University.

Panel discussions include “How circular economy principles can be adopted for building innovation and enterprise”; “The circular economy in practice – case studies on how to use tools and adapt business models for commercial gain”. Panel experts include representatives from BRE, UH Rebus, Altro, Go Travel Solutions, Epson (UK), Johnson Matthey and GSK.

To find out more and book: visit www.hertschamber.com/circular-economy-conference-2016 or call 01707 398 400.

22
Jun

YH0616C - Smart City Developments

While we continue to develop “smart cities”, they’re only as smart as those using them. People are still required to work in dirty and dangerous environments, be it on top of a skyscraper or deep underground. This event looks at better and smarter ways of working. 

28
Jun

YH0616B - Getting The Most Out of ISO14001:2015

A Joint Event from IEMA and Women in Sustainable Construction & Property.
The revised version of the world’s most used environmental management standard has been use since September last year. The changes made affect almost 325,000 organisations worldwide; if you work for one of them – or if you have any EMS responsibilities - then this event is for you.

5
Jul

WEB0716 - Corporate Sustainability in Practice – Strategy and Reporting

Following the launch of IEMA’s “Beyond the Perfect Storm” report this webinar will focus on recent developments including GRI, <IR>, UN (Global Goals, Global Compact, Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights), OECD Guidelines, other standards (e.g. ISO 26000) and other developments such as BS 8001 and Future-Fit.
This is your opportunity to get updated on corporate sustainability strategy and reporting from an expert in the field.
Your Presenter: Phil Cumming
Phil is an independent sustainable business professional with over 17 years’ experience in creating award-winning programmes with significant business value. He has developed and managed the delivery of the award-winning sustainability strategy for the London 2012 Games, widely regarded as the most sustainable Games in modern Olympic history. As well as being a Board member of both  Julie’s Bicycle and Resource Futures, Phil is an Associate Lecturer with Birkbeck College, is a member of IEMA’s Strategic Advisory Council and GACSO Advisory Group and chairs BSI’s Sustainable Resource Management Committee (SDS/1/10). Find out more about Phil at http://www.korusustainability.net/about/. 

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6
Jul

YH0716 - EIA and SEA Developments

Book you place to see two full presentations by experts on the EIA covering:

An insight into possible tensions between the goal of streamlining the EIA process and also the introduction of new topic areas in the new EIA Directive.

A discussion of the principles, requirements and a good practice approach to the cumulative impact assessment in EIA vs. SEA.

7
Jul

SE0716 - 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. 

13
Jul

SE0716 - Getting The Most Out of ISO14001:2015

A Joint Event from IEMA and Women in Sustainable Construction & Property.
The revised version of the world’s most used environmental management standard has been use since September last year. The changes made affect almost 325,000 organisations worldwide; if you work for one of them – or if you have any EMS responsibilities - then this event is for you.

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. 

4
Aug

SE0816 - 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. 

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. 

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.