Institution of Environmental Sciences (IES)

IES is a membership organisation that represents the full spectrum of environmental disciplines and provides tools, skills, careers and networks for environmental professionals.

Introduction to the IES by Sally Hughes | Professional Development Officer | Institution of Environmental Sciences

Sally is the education & Professional Development Officer at the IES and Sustainability Coordinator at Durham University. She graduated from McNeese State University with an MSc in Environmental and Chemical Science and Loughborough University graduate with a BSc in Geography.

Career Spotlight | Hayley Warrens CEnv, BSc (Hons), PGCE, MIEnvSc | Climate Change & Energy Manager | Transport for Wales

Hayley Warrens is responsible for the development and implementation of TfW’s strategies relating to climate change. Hayley manages the Climate Change and Energy team at TfW and is the strategic lead for energy and carbon management, in addition to climate risk and resilience, and is an advocate for using an evidence-based and systems-thinking approach to inform deliverable outcomes. Hayley is TfW’s subject matter expert on climate change and energy, and is the lead advisor to internal and external stakeholders on strategies aimed at minimising TfW’s vulnerability to climate risk and delivery of corporate carbon management targets.

Career Spotlight | Julia Reynolds | Principal Engineer (Environmental) | Lithos Consulting Ltd.

Julia is a Chartered Scientist with an MRes in Contaminated Land Management and over 20 years’ experience working in the Contaminated Land sector. The majority of Julia’s experience has been obtained working in Local Government as a Local Authority Contaminated Land Officer however more recently Julia worked in the private sector as a Land Quality Engineer in NHBC’s Land Quality Endorsement Team.  Julia worked for 15 years as Part2A technical lead at Leeds City Council, during that time she sat on the Yorkshire and Lincolnshire Pollution Advisory Group, the Yorkshire Contaminated Land Forum and was Yorkshire’s representative on the National Land Forum.

Career Spotlight | Mark Nichols BSc (Hons), MSc, AMIEnvSc | Principal Consultant, Air Quality | Hydrock

Mark is experienced in the delivery of environmental consultancy services, ranging from air quality management, to circular economy principles and corporate social responsibility. He has worked on a diverse range of air quality modelling and monitoring projects for both private and public sector clients, both in the UK and the Middle East. Mark is an associate member of the Institute of Environmental Science (IES) and the Institute of Air Quality Management (IAQM), where he sits on the Early Career Network Committee.

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