Chartered Environmentalists are drawn from a diverse range of fields across the environmental sector and from twenty-five professional bodies.
Below is a selection of personal profiles of current Chartered Environmentalists from the professional bodies licensed to award the CEnv registration. These insights give an idea of the breadth of work done by environmental professionals, and could help you decide which professional body is right for you. The professional body through which each individual registered as a CEnv is noted with their names.
Daniel Oerther CEnv via SEE
Professor of Environmental Engineering, Missouri University of Science and Technology
An American science diplomat, social entrepreneur, and Professor of Environmental Engineering, Dan believes in acting locally while maintaining a global outlook. In the US, he’s a Professional Engineer and Board Certified in Environmental Engineering. In the UK, he’s a Chartered Engineer and Fellow of the Society of Environmental Engineers. Dan achieved Chartered Environmentalist status through oral examination by SEE because he believes in the value of professional accreditation, to grow his professional network, and to increase his credibility throughout the Commonwealth and around the world as he creates and shares knowledge of good environmental practice for the public benefit.
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Barry Ford CEnv via CIAT
Associate and Senior Architectural Technologist - Byrom Clark Roberts Ltd.
Barry has thirty years experience in the architectural profession and has been a Chartered Architectural Technologist for twenty two years. He has a broad range of experience, evenly split between new build and refurbishment projects, many of which have been work to listed or historic buildings. Whilst working in a broad range of sectors, including education, industrial, commercial, healthcare, residential and community/ecclesiastical buildings, Barry has spent a lot of time working on community projects, which he finds to be very rewarding work as each project is very different and brings its own design and technical challenges, along with the satisfaction that the completed project is making a positive difference to people’s lives.
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Chris Byrne CEnv via IOM3
Director Technology and Innovation - Harsco Metals and Minerals
After studying Materials Science and Engineering at Swansea University, Chris Byrne wanted to go into a role that was challenging, varied, and gave an opportunity to travel and see the world, while at the same time offered further development and chance to branch out into different areas. This year, Chris took on a new role developing the future solutions for his organisation, Harsco Metals and Minerals. This change in direction has now led him to focus on finding and developing solutions to long term problems within the Metals and Minerals industry.
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