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.
This journal provides a detailed look at the energy mix in the UK and how legal reform and international policies will affect energy production in the future, with case studies on renewable energy generation initiatives across the UK.
Heritage is a broad discipline that draws together environmental specialists from a significant range of backgrounds. Environmental scientists have a significant role to play in preserving, enhancing and interpreting cultural heritage at every scale. This issue captures some contemporary debates within the heritage sector and shows how environment and heritage have been historic bedfellows.
This journal provides a comprehensive review the UK's environmental regulatory landscape and explains how regulation has benefited the UK environment. It describes the motivations behind the Smarter Environmental Regulation Review and Red Tape Challenge.
This journal investigates the environmental legislation emanating from the EU and the effects it has on the UK's environmental professionals. It includes opinions about the potential environmental effects of leaving the EU as well as the perceived benefits from EU membership to various UK-based organisations.
This journal summarises the state of the air quality profession and asks the question "should we have achieved more". Broadly speaking, the articles have three themes: a retrospective showing how we have reached the current situation, a review of topical issues and an attempt to look to the future. The journal concludes with some opinions on why the general public are not more vocal about air quality issues.
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