Our podcast series 'Interviews with Environmental Professionals' is designed to provide insight into the lives of environmental professionals. What drives them? How did they get where they are today? Why do they do what they do?
On the first Wednesday of each month, we will be finding out!
The selection of Chartered Environmentalists and Registered Environmental Technicians that we’ll be interviewing each month is as diverse as our register is, with our podcasts featuring environmental experts from across a variety of sectors and disciplines.
Areas of expertise range from air quality to waste management, water to engineering.
We officially launched our series on World Environment Day 5th June 2019.
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We are excited to announce that our 13th episode is now live!
Note: This episode was recorded remotely, adhering to UK Government advice during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This year, the global theme for World Environment Day is ‘Biodiversity’, which sets the topic for this episode.
For this special podcast, Dougal Driver CEnv is conducting the interview as a special guest. As he is World Environment Day lead at the Society, that makes him the ideal chair for this special episode of the podcast.
Dougal is a Chartered Environmentalist via the Institute of Chartered Foresters. Among his many roles, he is Chief Executive of Grown in Britain, chairs several forestry committees, advise ministers, wildlife trusts and private companies on organisational and environmental strategies.
Being interviewed today is Caroline Drummond MBE HonFSE CEnv.
Caroline, a Chartered Environmentalist via the Institute of Agricultural Management, has been running LEAF (Linking Environment and Farming) since 1991. Her work focuses on encouraging more sustainable farming practices and building better public trust and understanding of farming, food, health and the environment.
Grown in Britain - https://www.growninbritain.org/ //
LEAF - https://leafuk.org/ //
Institute of Chartered Foresters - https://www.charteredforesters.org/ //
Institute of Agricultural Management - https://www.iagrm.org.uk/ //
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If you are a CEnv or REnvTech and are interested in being featured in one of our podcasts, please contact Katie Wilcox.