Institution of Environmental Sciences

Institution Of Environmental Sciences

The Institution of Environmental Sciences (IES) is a visionary organisation leading debate, dissemination and promotion of environmental science and sustainability. We promote an evidence-based approach to decision and policy making. We are devoted to championing the crucial role of environmental science in ensuring the well-being of humanity now and in the future.

It is a charitable organisation, which promotes and raises public awareness of environmental science by supporting professional scientists and academics working in this crucial arena. The IES believes the application of the scientific principle deepens our understanding of the natural environment and sustainable development. Committed to excellence, the IES exists to serve its members and the public, and constantly seeks innovation and distinction in the services it provides.

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