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ICE Blog | How the Chartered Environmentalist qualification shaped my future

Being a CEnv working within construction and engineering I believe provides me with a broader perspective and ability to make connections across disciplines and roles, that I may not have been enlightened to before, and I would recommend others take a CEnv route.

Dr. Kat Ibbotson CEnv FICE
Director - Strategic Advisory, WSP in the UK at Environment Agency

In this Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) blog, Dr. Kat Ibbotson CEnv FICE explains her journey to becoming a Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv), what it means to be a CEnv in engineering, and the benefits it’s had to her career.

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ICE is a Licensed Member of the Society for the Environment

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