24
Apr

M0417A - Be The Face of The Future: IEMA Calls for Volunteers for Photoshoots

We need members like you to show the world what being an Environment & Sustainability Professional looks like in the 21st Century. This is your unique opportunity to become one of the faces that will welcome visitors to our website, showcase reports and grace the cover of brochures. Raise your profile and be recognised internationally as one of the faces of IEMA by joining our member photoshoots. Places will be limited, so if you can be there, click to book now. 

24
Apr

M0417B - Be The Face of The Future: IEMA Calls for Volunteers for Photoshoots

We need members like you to show the world what being an Environment & Sustainability Professional looks like in the 21st Century. This is your unique opportunity to become one of the faces that will welcome visitors to our website, showcase reports and grace the cover of brochures. Raise your profile and be recognised internationally as one of the faces of IEMA by joining our member photoshoots. Places will be limited, so if you can be there, click to book now. 

24
Apr

M0417C - Be The Face of The Future: IEMA Calls for Volunteers for Photoshoots

We need members like you to show the world what being an Environment & Sustainability Professional looks like in the 21st Century. This is your unique opportunity to become one of the faces that will welcome visitors to our website, showcase reports and grace the cover of brochures. Raise your profile and be recognised internationally as one of the faces of IEMA by joining our member photoshoots. Places will be limited, so if you can be there, click to book now. 

24
Apr

M0417D - Be The Face of The Future: IEMA Calls for Volunteers for Photoshoots

We need members like you to show the world what being an Environment & Sustainability Professional looks like in the 21st Century. This is your unique opportunity to become one of the faces that will welcome visitors to our website, showcase reports and grace the cover of brochures. Raise your profile and be recognised internationally as one of the faces of IEMA by joining our member photoshoots. Places will be limited, so if you can be there, click to book now. 

24
Apr

M0417E - Be The Face of The Future: IEMA Calls for Volunteers for Photoshoots

We need members like you to show the world what being an Environment & Sustainability Professional looks like in the 21st Century. This is your unique opportunity to become one of the faces that will welcome visitors to our website, showcase reports and grace the cover of brochures. Raise your profile and be recognised internationally as one of the faces of IEMA by joining our member photoshoots. Places will be limited, so if you can be there, click to book now. 

24
Apr

M0417F - Be The Face of The Future: IEMA Calls for Volunteers for Photoshoots

We need members like you to show the world what being an Environment & Sustainability Professional looks like in the 21st Century. This is your unique opportunity to become one of the faces that will welcome visitors to our website, showcase reports and grace the cover of brochures. Raise your profile and be recognised internationally as one of the faces of IEMA by joining our member photoshoots. Places will be limited, so if you can be there, click to book now. 

25
Apr

SE0417 - Change Management for Sustainable Development - Practitioner workshop contributing towards new IEMA Practitioner guidance

Join Penny Walker and IEMA for the unique opportunity to contribute towards the 2017 new Practitioner guide on transformational change. Explore some of the tools and frameworks in more detail, and help ensure the second edition is as useful, practical and informative as possible.The session is specifically for IEMA members who volunteered to help this revision process. Click 'book now' for more information.

25
Apr

M0417B - The UK’s Golden Age of Infrastructure – Enabled by Environment & Sustainability?

The UK is within a new Golden Age of Infrastructure, with huge investments in new energy, rail, sewerage, flood risk management, aviation and road projects all being progressed. These projects will shape the infrastructure upon which our future sustainable (or unsustainable) economy and society is built, but they also have a huge potential to leave a legacy that significantly advances how we integrate environment and sustainability into all developments. This workshop will explore progress across infrastructure developers, consultants, contractors, operators, regulators and more, with a case study from the East West Rail Alliance. For more information, click ‘book now’.

26
Apr

SO0417B - EIA Update Workshop

On 16th May the UK’s EIA regulatory regime will be refreshed, taking into account the amendments brought about by changes to the EU’s EIA Directive. In this workshop IEMA’s resident EIA expert will provide an overview of the forthcoming changes, followed by a range of case studies provided by regionally based consultants working in EIA practice. Get involved and book your place now.

26
Apr

NZ0417 - IEMA New Zealand: Straw-man Workshop

Join IEMA's newest region and help New Zealand make the most of a unique opportunity to set your agenda for development, with Auckland Council's Deputy Head of Sustainability Alec Tang. Meet other new members in the region, generate discussion and drive interest by contributing to a straw-man plan for the area. Connect, network, and begin to develop a value proposition for the newest region welcomed into IEMA's 14,000+ alliance of environment and sustainability advocates across the globe. Click 'book now' for more details.

26
Apr

YH0417C - Surveying Sustainability: Great Crested Newt Monitoring

As part of Network Rail Harrogate re-signalling works to modernise the railway, embankment changes needed to improve drainage and facilitate new sidings were located close to a population of great crested newts. Join a Network Rail (NR) licensed ecologist to determine if a newly created pond habitat, created to compensate for the loss of the original, is being used by the protected species.  Search through the natural vegetation and artificial refugia, and maybe capture and even handle one of these fascinating creatures. Click ‘book now’ for more details.  

27
Apr

EXT0417D - Cleantech Innovate 2017

Join the leading event showcasing investment-ready, green solution start ups and secure socially responsible investment in future technologies. This is your exclusive chance to discover new industry disruptors and create new opportunities by connecting and networking with key investors and innovators driving the hottest cleantech start-ups. Click 'book now' to get involved.

 

27
Apr

WEB0617 - Webinar: Construction Carbon Footprint Tool

The ninth in an ongoing series of Crossrail Learning Legacy webinars centred around the environment, this webinar will introduce an innovative spreadsheet tool designed to monitor and project the carbon footprint(s) of building projects through Scope 1,2,3 in construction and over 120 years of operation. An additional tool will track the progress of operation through Scope 1 and 2 to map emissions against projections and determine if a site is on course to achieve their target to ultimately to reduce carbon emissions.

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3
May

ES0517 - Scotland East Regional social coffee morning

Connect with members in the Scotland East Network. This social coffee morning is the first of a series of quarterly networking coffee mornings. Each will provide a unique opportunity for members from within and outside the region to meet and catch-up with each other, all before work.  We welcome your colleagues who have not yet joined IEMA, so we encourage you to bring along someone who you think would benefit from connecting into the Scotland East Network. Book your place, come along, meet some new people and enjoy a social morning before you head to the office.

3
May

WA0517B - The UK’s Golden Age of Infrastructure – Enabled by Environment & Sustainability?

The UK is within a new Golden Age of Infrastructure, with huge investments in new energy, rail, sewerage, flood risk management, aviation and road projects all being progressed. These projects will shape the infrastructure upon which our future sustainable (or unsustainable) economy and society is built, but they also have a huge potential to leave a legacy that significantly advances how we integrate environment and sustainability into all developments. This workshop will explore progress across infrastructure developers, consultants, contractors, operators, regulators and more, with a case study from the East West Rail Alliance. For more information, click ‘book now’.

4
May

SE0517 - 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.  

9
May

WEB0517 - BS8555:2016 Environmental management systems – Phased implementation

BSI and IEMA are pleased to announce this webinar focussed on BS855: Environmental management systems – Phased implementation. This Standards provides a way for organisations of any size to improve their business through better environmental performance. Join this free webinar and learn more about the recently revised standard and how it can benefit your organisation. 

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9
May

SE0517 - The UK’s Golden Age of Infrastructure – Enabled by Environment & Sustainability?

The UK is within a new Golden Age of Infrastructure, with huge investments in new energy, rail, sewerage, flood risk management, aviation and road projects all being progressed. These projects will shape the infrastructure upon which our future sustainable (or unsustainable) economy and society is built, but they also have a huge potential to leave a legacy that significantly advances how we integrate environment and sustainability into all developments. This workshop will explore progress on embedding sustainability skills and knowledge across infrastructure developers, consultants, contractors, operators, regulators and more, with a case study of a major infrastructure development relevant to London (tbc). For more information, click ‘book now’.

10
May

EE0517 - From Waste to Resources: Supporting a circular economy with Muntons AD plant

Learn now AD operations at Muntons have turned risk and an inefficient waste stream costing over £700,000 a year into an opportunity to embrace the concept of a local circular economy. The family-owned business produces malt and malted ingredients from locally sourced barley and deeply value the ideals of sustainability.  Year on year reductions in water and electricity consumption, diverting all non-hazardous waste from landfill, and installing a £5.4M anaerobic digester are all testaments to their commitment to sustainable resource management (SRM). Click ‘book now’ to learn more about how they have turned waste into resources.

10
May

EXT0517 - Launch of BS ISO 20400:2017.

Join us to celebrate the launch of the New International Standard for Sustainable Procurement – BS ISO 20400:2017. The evening will include a panel session where BSI, IEMA, Action Sustainability and Loughborough University will give an overview of the new BS ISO 20400:2017 standard and what it means for your organization. Click 'book more' to find out more.   
 

10
May

YH0517 - Surveying Sustainability: Great Crested Newt Monitoring

As part of Network Rail Harrogate re-signalling works to modernise the railway, embankment changes needed to improve drainage and facilitate new sidings were located close to a population of great crested newts. Join a Network Rail (NR) licensed ecologist to determine if a newly created pond habitat, created to compensate for the loss of the original, is being used by the protected species.  Search through the natural vegetation and artificial refugia, and maybe capture and even handle one of these fascinating creatures. Click ‘book now’ for more details.  

11
May

NW0517 - Applying Science Based Targets within Business To Deliver Tangible Benefits

The 2015 Paris Agreement has seen the world commit to limiting the global average temperature rise to a maximum of 2C. Engagement from business is critical if this target is to be met. But how can companies convert this ambition into action? The setting of a ‘Science-Based Target’ for carbon reduction has rapidly become best practice for organisations wanting to play their part in fulfilling the Paris agreement and help turn rhetoric into real results.  Hear from industry experts on the principles of applying science base targets, and learn how the BBC has done just that. Click ‘book now’ for more details. 

16
May

SE0517B - UK EIA Regulations 2017 - IEMA's Launch Conference

Involved in EIA? Join us, the Department for Local Government, local authorities, legal advisers and leading EIA practitioners in launching the UK’s new 2017 EIA regulatory regime. Engage with and discuss the new 2017 EIA Regulations under the English planning system in a mixture of presentations, discussion and networking sessions. There will also be a panel discussion with the experts who led IEMA's five EIA guides, released between November 2015 and May 2017. Get involved and book your place now.

17
May

MI0517 - Chatsworth House Visit

This site visit to the lavish Chatsworth House will look at how the estate manages long-term thinking, from the conservation of buildings to the surrounding landscape. The visit includes full presentation on the history of Chatsworth, Sustainable Communities and more. 

17
May

WEB0517C - The UK’s new EIA Regulations: Advice on assessing Health and Greenhouse Gas Emissions in EIA

On 16th May, the 2014 amendment to the EIA Directive become law across the UK’s EIA regimes. But what does this mean for practice? How have the regulations changed since you responded to the consultations? What is our latest advice and guidance? What are the key messages in our new advisory documents on assessing Health and Greenhouse Gas Emissions? Sign up, tune in and find out. Book now to secure your place.

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17
May

NI0517 - Northern Ireland Social

The Northern Ireland Network acts as a focal point on environmental policy, legislation and regulation, networking opportunities and professional development for members within Northern Ireland. 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.  

17
May

WA0517 - Wales Full member and CEnv Mentor Forum

Aiming to achieve Full and Chartered Environmentalist status in 2017? 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.

17
May

SE0517C - Berkshire Mid-Week Social

Are you based in Berkshire? Join our mid-week social to meet other members and environmentalists in your area. You'll be introduced to your South East Steering Group representative for Berkshire and have the chance to shape the agenda for upcoming events both in and outside of Central London. Have your say and make sure your voice is heard on a local level to help cultivate a culture of sustainability. Click 'book now' to secure your place. 

17
May

WA0517 - 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. 
 

18
May

WA0517 - Site Visit: Tarmac Ltd (Aberthaw Cement Works)

Are you based in Wales or working in environmental management? Gain an insight into the key sustainability challenges faced by Aberthaw Cement Works. A detailed presentation and hands-on site tour will focus on its operation and the sustainability of the plant’s fuel sources, such as the use of waste derived fuels (WDF), raw materials, as well as continuous improvement in the process and across operations. Click ‘Book Now’ to get involved.

 

19
May

NE0517 - Sustainability in the Public Sector

Budget cuts mean the public sector is increasingly forced to do more with less. Book your place on this this event to hear about innovative sustainability approaches from four public sector organisations from the North East. Come along if you’re looking for ideas to improve your organisation’s environment and sustainability performance. 

23-24
May

EXT0517 - edie Live

At edie Live, we have the inspiration, information and introductions to navigate you towards a smarter and more sustainable business. With hundreds of world-class experts and exhibitors, it is the only event for sustainability and environment professionals to pinpoint innovation, source new suppliers and learn from peers. IEMA will be on the Strategy and Innovation Stage on 23rd May 2017, as part of a session entitled ‘Policy and regulation: the landscape post-Brexit.’  Click 'book now' for more details. 

23
May

ES0517 - The UK’s Golden Age of Infrastructure – Enabled by Environment & Sustainability?

The UK is within a new Golden Age of Infrastructure, with huge investments in new energy, rail, sewerage, flood risk management, aviation and road projects all being progressed. These projects will shape the infrastructure upon which our future sustainable (or unsustainable) economy and society is built, but they also have a huge potential to leave a legacy that significantly advances how we integrate environment and sustainability into all developments. This workshop will explore progress on embedding sustainability skills and knowledge across infrastructure developers, consultants, contractors, operators, regulators and more, with a case study of Scottish Infrastructure developments. For more information, click ‘book now’.

24
May

EXT0517 - Leading Edge 2017

In times of political and economic change, it is important that networks enable knowledge exchange for a better future. Changing consumer behaviour through digitalisation, Brexit and new environmental guidelines are just some of the challenges that are affecting the UK and in particular our region. Engage with key issues in the sector, such as how to turn uncertainty into opportunity, driving innovation to remain relevant, competitive and strong and developing long term sustainable strategies. Click 'book now' for more information.

24
May

SC0517 - Launching Scotland's 2017 EIA Regulations: An IEMA & Scottish Government Conference

Join us and the Scottish Government in celebrating the launch of the Scotland’s new 2017 EIA regulatory regime. This free full-day conference is kindly sponsored by AECOM, ERM, LUC and WSP – Parsons Brinkerhoff and will discuss the new 2017 EIA Regulations in the Scottish planning system. Join a mixed audience of local authorities, EIA practitioners, consultation bodies and legal advisors and engage with presentations, discussion, networking and a panel discussion. Get involved and book your place now.

24
May

YH0517B - Surveying Sustainability: Great Crested Newt Monitoring

As part of Network Rail Harrogate re-signalling works to modernise the railway, embankment changes needed to improve drainage and facilitate new sidings were located close to a population of great crested newts. Join a Network Rail (NR) licensed ecologist to determine if a newly created pond habitat, created to compensate for the loss of the original, is being used by the protected species.  Search through the natural vegetation and artificial refugia, and maybe capture and even handle one of these fascinating creatures. Click ‘book now’ for more details.  

25
May

WEB0517B - Crossrail Learning Legacy: Environmental Management Planning

Stretching 118 km from Reading and Heathrow in the west all the way beneath central London to Shenfield and Abbey Wood in the east, Crossrail is one of the largest single infrastructure investments ever undertaken in the UK.  But the sheer scale of the project didn’t just present a series of challenges to be overcome; it also gave the unique opportunity to find new approaches, and shift thinking to put environmental concerns on a par with performance. Join Crossrail’s Cathy Myatt and Rob Paris to learn more about how this impressive investment set a new standard for the future of infrastructure. Click ‘book now’ for more information.

 

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25
May

SE0517 - Exploring Future Challenges to Effective International Project Environmental and Social Assessment

Environmental and social assessments are critical components of the risk management framework that enables multi-lateral financial institutions (MFIs), international financial institutions (IFIs), and export credit agencies (ECAs) to finance developments across the globe. Join members of IEMA’s new Global Environmental and Social Assessment (GESA) group to explore the challenges and opportunities facing both lenders and practitioners. The event is geared around engagement, with dedicated two panel discussions and opportunities for networking taking centre stage. Click ‘book now’ for more information. 

1
Jun

SE0617 - 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.  

7
Jun

YH0617 - Surveying Sustainability: Great Crested Newt Monitoring

As part of Network Rail Harrogate re-signalling works to modernise the railway, embankment changes needed to improve drainage and facilitate new sidings were located close to a population of great crested newts. Join a Network Rail (NR) licensed ecologist to determine if a newly created pond habitat, created to compensate for the loss of the original, is being used by the protected species.  Search through the natural vegetation and artificial refugia, and maybe capture and even handle one of these fascinating creatures. Click ‘book now’ for more details.  

14
Jun

ES0617 - Full/Chartered Membership Workshop

Are you aiming to achieve Full and Chartered Environmentalist status in 2017? Maybe you're already an MIEMA, but you'd like to add CEnv to your growing credentials. If so, book your place at our upcoming Full & CEnv Forum and secure your placeas a sustainability leader who has the power of putting vision into practice. Click 'book now' for more information.

29
Jun

WEB0417 - Environmental Performance Assurance: Civils

This is the seventh in the series of Crossrail Learning Legacy webinars focused on the Environment Theme. This webinar will present an overview of the approach taken by Crossrail to measuring the environmental performance of its tier 1 contractors during the civil construction phase of the project.

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6
Jul

SE0717 - 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.  

19
Jul

WA0717 - Wales Full member and CEnv Mentor Forum

Aiming to achieve Full and Chartered Environmentalist status in 2017? 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.

19
Jul

WA0717 - 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.

20
Jul

WEB0717 - Webinar: Managing Construction Noise in an in Urban Environment

The tenth and final in a series of Crossrail Learning Legacy webinars centred around the environment, this webinar will explore how Crossrail worked in close collaboration with contractors and suppliers to effectively improve noise management during the construction process. Factors such as community engagement, efficient planning, management processes, leadership and culture were identified as being crucial to effective noise management on sites. As one of the key challenges throughout the project, this webinar will detail the criteria used to measure performance and the resulting benefits. 

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3
Aug

SE0817 - 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.  

7
Sep

SE0917 - 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.  

20
Sep

WA0917 - Wales Full member and CEnv Mentor Forum

Aiming to achieve Full and Chartered Environmentalist status in 2017? 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.

20
Sep

WA0917B - 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. 

5
Oct

SE1017 - 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. 

12
Oct

EXT1017 - The Big Green Event 2017

The Big Green Event 2017 will open its doors once more on the 12th October from 9.30am to 4.3pm at the Hilton Ageas Bowl, close to the vibrant city of Southampton. The Expo caters for organisations looking for efficiencies and cost-savings in energy, recycling, waste and general environmental management. Including more than 100 different exhibits, a one-day Conference featuring 'The Blueprint for a Better Business', free workshops and a keynote speaker platform with MC - as well as an electric vehicle arena. The Expo is free to attend and provides free and easily accessible parking for all attendees. 

2
Nov

SE1117 - 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. 

15
Nov

WA1117 - Wales Full member and CEnv Mentor Forum

Aiming to achieve Full and Chartered Environmentalist status in 2017? 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.

15
Nov

WA1117B - 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.