Registrants to the EIA Quality Mark scheme are not only committed to delivering high quality assessments and reports for their clients, but also actively work to improve practice. The use of short case study documents to share knowledge and learning is a key tool in this process and this page is dedicated to providing IEMA members with access to the latest learning from EIA practitioners.
The case studies are set out per registrant and each file holds a 2-side case study based around an IEMA template. This approach ensures that you can readily access the case study information including: the project context, the topic of the case study, the learning outcomes and who to contact if you want to find out more.
IEMA hopes that this page will not only provide a useful knowledge exchange for practitioners wishing to share knowledge and learn from practice, but also act as a useful resource to students and researchers wishing to further understand the real issues faced by practitioners and the innovative solutions that environmental professionals are able to deliver.
Please note that the resources listed below have been submitted over the course of several registration periods. As such, please be aware that any time-sensitive content (for example: legislation and regulation, etc.) may no longer be accurate, and may be prone to becoming out of date as practices change over time.