As part of its commitment to promote environmental science and allow our members to learn about and disseminate the latest sector thinking, the IES produces four to five editions of its highly regarded journal environmental SCIENTIST each year.
Each thematic issue examines a topic of pressing importance to environmental science from a variety of different angles; an expert in the relevant area acts as guest editor, introducing the articles and providing a critical overview of the subject at hand. Articles are primarily written by our members, supplemented by contributions from experts and professionals working in the environmental field.
The journal acts not just as way of keeping abreast with the sector, but is also a thoroughly interesting read.
One of the central strands of London's successful bid to host the Olympic Games was its claim that it would be the 'greenest Games ever'. In this journal, developed in collaborated with the...
The IES believes that the positive promotion of 'green' growth might lead to a solution to a number of interlinking crises. It is within this context that we are publishing this issue of the...
The general public needs science and innovation to survive, or at least maintain the standards of living it is accustomed to, whilst scientists need public support and trust in order to continue...
This specialist issue provides an overview of important topics within the contaminated land arena. Recent changes to government guidance are explained in detail and various facets of land...
Technology and the environment have historically not been easy bedfellows. Innovations, mechanisation, and industrialisation have been responsible for large swathes of environmental degradation...
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