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Newsletter - October 2019

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Issue #15 | Friday 25th October 2019
An Update from our Chief Executive and Chair

Welcome to the October edition of our e-newsletter. This month, find out more about our latest research, policy work and Employer Champions  - and discover upcoming opportunities to get involved in our podcasts and profiles!

In our previous updates we have reported on the hugely positive governance review SocEnv has recently enjoyed. In September, these changes reached full fruition with the holding of the first Board Strategy Away Day – in which SocEnv’s direction and priorities for the coming twelve months were set out.

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Research: Acting as Change Agents for Sustainability

Are you passionate about having more impact for sustainability? Do you worry that you (and collectively, we) are not driving change fast enough and at the scale required? 

If so, can you help us to understand more about how we can support you better as a professional ‘change agent for sustainability’ via a quick survey?

We have teamed up with One Planet Education Networks (OPEN) to conduct pioneering research into what motivates, enables and constrains professionals - as 'change agents for sustainability' - in advancing environmental, social and/or economic sustainability through their work. 

The survey focuses on individuals' mindset, entrepreneurial traits, professional knowledge, skills and competencies, and self-efficacy as previous research we have conducted has indicated that, taken together, these dimensions provide a rounded perspective on what we understand about the nature and practise of change agency for sustainability.
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Registrant opportunity: feature in one of our podcasts or profiles!

At the Society for the Environment, we are committed to showcasing the expertise of our Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) and Registered Environmental Technician (REnvTech) registrants. 

We know that our registrants are hugely knowledgeable, motivated and have fascinating backgrounds from a variety of sectors - reflective of the diversity of the environmental profession. 

Our podcasts and profiles are all about providing insight into the lives of registrants, exploring what drives them, their career journeys and how professional registration has helped them along the way.  

We are always on the lookout for volunteers to feature in our profiles and podcasts, so if you are interested or would like more information on what's involved then please contact Sarah Ridgeon
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Latest News

Policy Update
SocEnv's Policy and Communications Officer, Sarah Ridgeon, outlines recent developments in what has been a busy time for both Government and the Environmental Policy Forum, and looks ahead to the coming months.
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Catch up with Our Webinars
Our webinars are designed to answer your questions relating to registration and the benefits involved, as well acting as a source of learning - giving CEnvs & REnvTechs the chance to share their expertise. 
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Future Events

Making Coventry's Clean-Green Future
This event will explore exciting progress that is being made to cut carbon emissions and how you can take action to help achieve a low carbon 2030. 
Coventry | 26 October
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National Tree Officers Conference
This ICF facilitated Conference provides a platform for tree, woodland & planning officers to share research, best practice & innovation in different areas of local authority arboricultural & urban forestry.
Reading | 6 November
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New CEnv Profile with David Inman
Our latest profile features David Inman CEnv, a Chartered Environmental Surveyor registered via RICS. David highlights how becoming a CEnv has helped demonstrate his competence and expertise. 
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Celebrating the 2019 CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year
The winning photographs highlighted the impacts of climate change. Pictured: The Environmental Photographer of the Year, 'High Tide Enters Home' by SL Shanth Kumar.
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Landwards Conference
This is a great IAgrE event for anyone looking to discover how 'Big Data' is being used in UK agriculture. Make sure to come and see us on our stand!
Peterborough | 30 October
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The Burntwood Lecture
Professor Sir Ian Boyd will deliver this year's IES Burntwood Lecture on the topic of 'The entropy problem and critical trade-offs', sharing his extensive knowledge and experience of working in the UK government at this critical time.
London | 19 November
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WSP become a CEnv Employer Champion
One of the world's leading professional services firms & one of the largest employers of Chartered Environmentalists, WSP, is the latest organisation to be recognised as a CEnv Employer Champion.
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Rushlight Awards 2019/20 Open for Entries
We are delighted to be a supporter of this year's awards, celebrating the latest clean technologies, innovations & initiatives from around the world. Entries close 30th November! 
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Valuing and Managing Veteran Trees
This course, run by the Arboricultural Association, will provide basic level information on valuing and managing veteran trees and is open to people from all industries. 
Leicester | 30 October
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RICS Water Conference
Join leading experts from water companies, regulators and government bodies in Leicester as we discuss and debate the future of the water sector and the role surveyors can play in making the industry more resilient.
Leicester | 19 November
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