West of Scotland Session 2: Learning from the Environmental Impacts of COVID-19
In this digital session, we discussed the topics of supply chain impacts, air quality and people and environment and how COVID-19 measures may have impacted them.
IEMA West of Scotland are hosting a series of 45-minute lunchtime digital events over the coming months exploring how some of the measures which have been put in place due to COVID-19 have changed our impact on the environment and what we can learn from this. As the effect which we have on this world becomes more evident, we will explore how we can move forward from this experience towards a more positive and sustainable future.
In this second digital session, we discussed the topics of supply chain impacts, air quality and people and environment, followed by a Q&A session at the end of each presentation.
This is an excellent opportunity for all those in the Scotland region to stay connected with one another and join in the discussion as an attendee or speaker, as well as adding 45 minutes of IEMA CPD
If you'd like to speak at this event we'd love to hear from you, simply select the option as you go through the bookings process or email [email protected]
Learning from the Environmental Impacts of COVID-19: Session 2 – Air Quality, People and Environment, IEMA slides - CLICK HERE
Geospatial Engineering, E, McIntyre, Atkins - CLICK HERE
Covid-19: Air Quality, J, Bellinger & J, Hodgson, ARUP - CLICK HERE
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