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31st August 2018


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Conference

Take a walk on the Rewilding side!

18 September 2018

Businesses in the North East will welcome leading naturalist and TV presenter Chris Packham to the ‘Rewilding the Future’ conference, which is being held at the Marriott Hotel in Gateshead this month. Delegates will hear about the latest thinking in rewilding and nature conservation, the principle of reinstating natural processes and missing species, and ways businesses can support this important work while identifying opportunities.

Around 100 representatives from the business world are expected to attend, and the event is sponsored by Resilient Business Systems, with support from local and national organisations – including WWT Washington, IEMA, Stephenson Mohl and JDM Earth, with more to be confirmed.

For further details and to register go to: bit.ly/2O4I8ld

Event

RWM Exhibition returns to Birmingham’s NEC

12-13 September 2018

The Recycling and Waste Management Exhibition is making an exciting comeback to Birmingham’s NEC for its biggest show to date, co-located with four other industry leading events: Future Resource Expo, Contamination Expo, Flood Expo and M&CCE Expo.

During two action-packed days, the NEC will play host to more than 350 inspiring seminars from industry leaders, 500 innovative products and suppliers that are currently revolutionising recycling and waste management and 20,000 environmental professionals from across the globe.

For further details and to register go to: www.rwmexhibition.com

Official launch

New IEMA Sustainability in Practice Guide

27 September 2018

IEMA’s latest Sustainability in Practice Guide is on ‘Managing compliance with environmental and human rights law in organisations’.

Laws and regulations provide a cornerstone for protecting the environment and society from harm. Organisations have a legal and moral duty to comply with these laws and regulations, but given the complexity of legal requirements regarding environmental and human rights protection, this is a significant challenge for them.

To rise to this challenge, IEMA will officially launch the second edition of its practitioner guide on Managing Compliance with Environmental & Human Rights Laws in Organisations in collaboration with Colleen Theron, Fellow Member of IEMA.

For further details and to register go to: bit.ly/2nkWL8A

Webinar

What Does Professional Ethics Mean in Sustainability?

Sep 27, 2018 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM

In a world where breaches of professional ethics keep hitting the headlines, we’re asking has this changed what people expect of professionals? IEMA’s month of focus on professional conduct and ethics at work continues in this webinar, so join us for an expert look at the issue. We’ll examine why ethical business practices are so important, particularly for environment and sustainability professionals, and how the practices and codes that underpin the concept can be a real enabler on the journey to sustainability.

bit.ly/2vLnEHc

Network news

Environmental Innovation Event

IEMA Wales, as part of the Wales Festival of Innovation, held a highly engaging and punchy event based on novel environmental solutions that have been developed or delivered in Wales. The event included six presentations, delivered in a PechaKuha format (20 pictures x 20 seconds), on a variety of topics, including alternative fuels, geotechnical solutions, Wales’ first plastic-free shop, treating mine water, biomethanation and the visual impact of electricity infrastructure. Delegates reported it was an excellent opportunity to network and share ideas. One attendee called it a “great event with excellent presenters, talking about a wider range of innovative projects“.

The Wales region wants to run another event before the end of the year, so if you have an interesting product or service, please make contact.

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Network News

Save the Date: The Future of ESIA – Enabling Access to Young Professionals

This event will include sessions lead by guest speakers from both the consultancy and lender sides of the industry. It will provide a great opportunity to share experiences and knowledge.

If you’re an experienced professional and believe you can offer insight or are willing to give a presentation on international ESIAs, please contact [email protected]

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