A Full Member of IEMA and Chartered Environmentalist is typically a highly experienced environmental professional who contributes most of their work time to the goal of sustainability. They dedicate their time to environmental improvements and identifying opportunities for their business, clients, staff and/or industry. From 31st March 2014 the application process for Full and Chartered Environmentalist with IEMA will have changed to a new, streamlined process.
This webinar will be going through the new process as well as detailing the guidance available to support members who are applying for this membership level.
If you are working towards Full IEMA Membership and Chartered Environmentalist status or just interested in finding out a bit more, then this webinar is ideal for you.
This meeting is an open forum for all members with an interest in the environment, IEMA and Scotland-related issues. Tonight will give members the opportunity to hear what IEMA has planned for the next 6 years, IEMA’s 2020 vision outcomes and for you, IEMA members, to have your say as to what you would like to see in your region.
The objectives of this meeting are to hear what Wales-based IEMA members’ interests and priorities are; for themselves as environmental professionals, for IEMA the organisation, and for the environment agenda in Wales, particularly now there is a devolved legislation and regulatory body.
IEMA is a member of this All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) and participates in a number of developments in biodiversity, ecosystem services and in the valuation of natural capital. The APPG has agreed that IEMA can make its event reports on these developments available to IEMA members.