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World Environment Day is a United Nations (UN) Environment initiative held annually on the 5th June. It has highlighted important global issues since its origins in 1974 – including climate change, marine pollution and wildlife crime. Each year we work to champion the initiative in the UK and beyond – and 2023 is no different!
World Environment Day EnvCast Special
This month's episode of EnvCast is a World Environment Day Special, featuring Becky McLean CEnv, Head of Sustainability at Sweco, and hosted by Dougal Driver CEnv, CEO at Grown in Britain.
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Case studies webinar
To share what is being done in practice to prevent and address plastic pollution, two Chartered Environmentalists working in resource management and registered as CEnvs via the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3), provided their insights on our World Environment Day webinar: Helene Roberts CEnv FIMMM and Iain Ferguson CEnv FIMMM. The recording is now available to watch back for free.
CEnv Insights on this year's theme
An introduction to this year’s World Environment Day on the theme of 'Beat Plastic Pollution' - with reflections from Chartered Environmentalists.
CEnv blog // How well do civil engineers reduce, reuse and recycle?
For World Environment Day, Chartered Environmentalist Catherine Topliss reflects on the three Rs, the cornerstone of a sustainability professional’s work.
New UN report // Turning off the Tap
Ahead of World Environment Day, the UN Environment Programme have published a report "Turning off the Tap: How the world can end plastic pollution and create a circular economy". The report examines the economic and business models needed to address the impacts of the plastics economy.
There are a range of events being held by organisations and communities around the world in celebration of World Environment Day.
Find out more via the link below.
Tree Guard Research (Woodland Trust)
View this interesting feature from the Woodland Trust on the topic of single-use plastic tree guards - including plastic free alternatives.