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Our Webinars

While our CEnv speakers and those linked with their work are specialists in their field, they provide the perspectives from different sectors, which makes for an interesting debate. Our FREE webinar series and episodes are available for all to attend, last for a maximum of one hour and use a simple platform for you to watch and engage with the speakers. Ideal for lunchtime learning for those in the UK or similar time zones. 


Current / Upcoming Series

If you are interesting in providing your expert insight from the perspective of your organisation / sector / discipline for series 6, please email Phil Underwood .


Webinar Recordings

The recordings for Series 5 'Climate Change' will be available shortly.


Series 4 | A Sustainable Built Environment (February - March 2020)

Looking at how we can ensure for a sustainable built environment and meet the UK's environmental commitments, including net zero by 2050, this series provided cross-disciplinary knowledge transfer opportunities for environmental professionals and beyond.

During the series we heard expert talks on the following talks:

  • Professionalism in Arboriculture – The Key to Successful Urban Trees 
  • Changing the Game for a Sustainable Built Environment – Innovation, Collaboration and Playing in Teams
  • Laying the Foundations for Healthy Homes and Buildings
  • Soil Management and Sustainable Construction on HS2
  • Carbon Management on HS2

To find out a little more about each webinar and to watch the webinar recordings, please click below:

The Pathway to Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) or Registered Environmental Technician (REnvTech) (July 2019)

In this informative webinar, the Society's Head of Licensing, Registration and Standards, Geoff Atkins, details the process of becoming a Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) and a Registered Environmental Technician (REnvTech). This includes prerequisites for applying, the application process and information relating to the competences required for registration. 

Transfer Guide for Chartered Environmentalists from the Society of Environmental Engineers (May 2019)

The Society for Environmental Engineers (SEE) has requested that its licence to award Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) registration shall cease, and indeed has thus far not renewed its licence for 2019. This means that SEE will no longer be able to administer CEnv registration with Society for the Environment.

With the above in mind, we created this webinar in order to provide guidance to those who are currently registered as a Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) through SEE. You will need to transfer your CEnv registration to another Licensed Body in order to continue as a CEnv.

Have a watch of this webinar for some pointers with the Society's Head of Licensing, Registration and Standards, Geoff Atkins.  

Series 3 | Innovations - The Good, the Bad and the… Game Changing? (March - April 2019)

This webinar series saw five Chartered Environmentalists drawing from their knowledge and experience to provide insight into innovations that are shaping our environment. 

During the series we heard expert talks on the following innovations:

  • Electric Vehicles: Panacea or Dead End?
  • The Air Quality Strategy - A Port of London Authority Case Study
  • Can Innovative Technology Solve Climate Chaos?
  • Using Sport Mega-Events as Agents of Change to Drive Sustainability and Innovation
  • Role of Social Innovation in Achieving Sustainable Development

To find out a little more about each webinar and to watch the webinar recordings, please click below:


Series 2 | Waste Reduction (November – December 2018)

Six months on from a plastic-themed World Environment Day 2018, the Society for the Environment have launched a three part series of free webinars exploring waste reduction, drawing together expertise in the environmental profession. 

Six topics relating to waste reduction were discussed across these three webinars, each led by a different Chartered Environmentalist sharing their area of expertise. These six were:

  • Plastic - Why Should We Care?
  • Construction, Demolition and Excavation Wastes - Is Industry on the Right Track?
  • Plastics in the Aquatic and Marine Environment - Consequences and Solutions
  • Plastic - Waste or Material?
  • What Next for Plastics Wastes?
  • Canary Wharf: Making Sustainability Real - Breaking the Plastic Habit

To learn more about each webinar and to watch the full recordings, please click below:

Series 1 | Becoming a CEnv or REnvTech (February – May 2018)

In 2018, we recorded our very first webinars to provide information and inspiration for the aspiring Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) and Registered Environmental Technician (REnvTech). 

Have you thought about registering as a registered environmental professional, but are unsure about the process? Do you work in a role with an environmental focus, but don't know if you have the relevant competences for CEnv or REnvTech? Do you want to stand out from your peers by highlighting your commitment to environmental good practice?

Our first series of four webinars will be able to help! These are: 

  • Showcase Your Expertise - How to Become a Registered Environmental Technician
  • REnvTech Insight - Why Become a Registered Environmental Technician
  • Showcase Your Expertise - How to Become a Chartered Environmentalist
  • CEnv Insight - Why Become a Chartered Environmentalist

To find out a little more about each webinar and to watch the webinar recordings, please click below:


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