Correction: membership prices for 2017
A list of the membership renewal costs for 2017 was published in the December edition of the environmentalist. Unfortunately, it featured errors relating to the fees for Chartered environmentalist.
Full membership with Chartered environmentalist membership was stated as £170, while Fellow membership with Chartered environmentalist was listed as £200. The SocEnv and administration fees were not included in either – £41 and £10 + VAT respectively.
We apologise for any confusion caused by this error. All members affected who have a renewal due this month have already received details with the correct amount.
Moreover, the Fellow membership fee has officially changed to £200, but during this year of transition for this grade IEMA is holding the renewal fee for 2017 at £180 for all existing Fellow members.
For an easy, at-a-glance look at the correct 2017 subscription details plus a handy list of FAQs, visit bit.ly/2gOmd3S.
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