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Upcoming webinars for IEMA members.

12 MAY WEBINAR

Environmental management: update on environmental management systems standards

IEMA chief policy advisor Martin Baxter hosts this webinar on EMS standards. Attendees will gain: key information on the opportunities to address environmental issues relevant to their organisation; updates on the requirements and structure of ISO 14001; and updates on other key environmental management standards.

To register: bit.ly/2KlQfKl

13 MAY WEBINAR

A Legal Perspective on EIA from Scotland and the wider UK (plus information on Scotland's EIA Conference 2020)

This marks the opening of activities related to Scotland's EIA Conference 2020 and will provide initial details for the conference, but its focus will be a presentation and Q&A with Neil Collar – partner at Brodies LLP, and a regular speaker and participant during the four years the conference has been running. To register: bit.ly/3afnYzr

28 MAY WEBINAR

IEMA Book Club – Happy City by Charles Montgomery

During the past few weeks, we have seen city life change beyond recognition. There is less noise, congestion and pollution, and communities are providing support for those in need. However, a pandemic is too high a price to pay for reduced environmental impacts and improved social cohesion. Is it possible to design a city to make residents happier – pandemic or not? In Happy City Charles Montgomery shows in that living in densely populated cities can make us healthier, saner and happier. This webinar asks questions like:

  • Are large cities good or bad for sustainability?
  • How can new technology make cities more sustainable?
  • What will the long-term effect of coronavirus be on city life?

To register: bit.ly/2xwSUha

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