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Newsletter - September 2020 - Registration Special For Aspiring Chartered Environmentalists

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Society for the Environment E-Newsletter
Issue #20 | Monday 7th September 2020
Autumn Update from SocEnv: Registration Special

Welcome to the Autumn edition of our e-newsletter!

With Autumn now upon us, we can look back on a successful summer which showcased the amazing work carried out by CEnv registrants and the many benefits of environmental professional registration.

We hope you will enjoy this registration special - with more information on the opportunities involved available via our full Chair/ Chief Executive update and throughout this e-newsletter...

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Become a Chartered Environmentalist

Thinking about getting registered? There has never been a better time to become a CEnv. 

Discounted registration rates are being offered by some of our Licensed Member Professional Bodies until the 30th September - so make sure to contact your professional body for more info. 

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Chartered Environmentalists share their stories

We are still buzzing from our #IamCEnv campaign, which ran initially throughout August and encouraged Chartered Environmentalists to shout about what they do and why. We have been delighted to see so many of our registrants get involved, reflecting the breadth of the CEnv registrant base.

Make sure to check out the #IamCEnv playlist on our Youtube channel or scroll through the #IamCEnv hashtag on Twitter or LinkedIn – a great source of insight on the roles and career journeys of Chartered Environmentalists, as well as inspiration, as registrants provide their top tips for becoming chartered!

Watch: insightful CEnv videos

Watch Back For Free: Webinar full of CEnv registration advice 

Are you planning to apply for Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) professional registration soon and want to know what an assessor will be looking for?

Do you think you have relevant competences to become a CEnv registrant, but aren't sure of how to present this in the written application stage?

Or, are you thinking of becoming a CEnv, but you're not quite sure if you meet the standard?

If the answer is yes to any or all of the above, this assessor led webinar recording is for you. Two experienced assessors of CEnv applications from the Energy Institute and CIWEM provide their top tips for a successful application, followed by an insightful Q&A session from the live audience.

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Latest News

Introducing Our Upcoming Natural Capital Webinar Series
Led by experts in natural capital approaches and providing perspectives from a variety of sectors, this free series will provide you with guidance to embed natural capital thinking in your work.
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What Being a CEnv Means
Chartered Environmentalists work in a variety of sectors. In our latest CEnv profiles, Paul Vega & John Hung, registered via CIOB & IChemE respectively, give their take on how CEnv registration helps them make a difference.
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Online Events

#FutureGen and Nature
Don't miss this CIEEM webinar with Jane Davidson & Tony Juniper CEnv,  as they discuss Jane's new book '#FutureGen: Lessons from a Small Country' and what we can learn for nature conservation across all of the UK. 
9 September
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Beyond Recycling: A New Circular Economy Strategy For Wales
This interactive webinar will explore the summary of responses to the Welsh Government's Beyond Recycling consultation and the developing Circular Economy strategy.
17 September
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Welcoming Our New Employer Champions 
Mabbett & E3P are the latest organisations to become CEnv Employer Champions! They join 11 others in recognition for the support they offer to staff to develop & show their expertise through professional registration. 
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Could You Become a School Governor?
In our latest guest article, Lynn King, Head of Governance Programmes at Education & Employers, explores how becoming a school governor can help to encourage the next generation to consider sustainability focused careers. 
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Emerging Pollutants: Online Training Course
As part of the upcoming 'Programme for Water Professionals', this course will provide an in-depth look into the raft of new and unknown pollutants that are entering our waterways. Facilitated by Isle Utilities.
16 September
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Introducing Natural Capital in 2020
Our webinar series on Natural Capital kicks off with this introduction delivered by Vicki Betts CEnv of the Environment Agency. Join the webinar to find out more about this hugely important topic.
22 September
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Pledge to Net Zero: Why Make the Pledge?
The total of organisations making the pledge continues to rise & now stands at 55. All the info & advice you need to join them can be found on the Pledge to Net Zero website - including new guidance & case studies!
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ICF join Environmental Policy Forum (EPF)
The Institute of Chartered Foresters have become the 13th member of the EPF, a network of UK-based environmental professional bodies promoting environmental sustainability. View the forum's recent activity via:
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EI Live | Energy Efficiency: the Road to Net Zero
Join the Energy Institute for this online event focused around the latest strategies in energy efficiency & cost-effective energy savings that can help the UK reach net zero by 2050. 
16- 17 September
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Engineering Philosophy in the Era of Climate Change
This online event will explore the interaction between engineering & philosophy, its impact & the possibilities to stimulate the relationship to help action on climate change. 
23 September
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More Events...

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