In Practice Issue 113: 30th Anniversary Edition: The Next 30 Years (September 2021)

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Carbon Offsetting to Achieve Net Zero by 2030
John Box and Amber Connett

Are We Delivering Biodiversity Net Gain? Do Broad Habitat Metrics Mask Biodiversity Net Loss and Can a Focus on Invertebrates Help?
Richard Wilson

Biodiversity Data: Showcasing Wales’ Approach and Encouraging Better Data Sharing
Adam Rowe and Diana Clark

The State of No Net Loss/Net Gain and Biodiversity Offsetting Policy in English LPAs
Morgan Robertson

Pioneering Practice with Great Crested Newt District Level Licensing: Learning Through the Woking Pilot
James Simpson and Tracey Haskins

Managing Railways and Newts with Better Licensing: A Conservation-led Future
Sarah Garratt, Hamish Critchell-Ward and Mike Bull

The UK Overseas Territories: Outstanding Treasures
Simon Boulter, Matt Armes, Penny Ward, David Smith, Naomi Shepherd and Katie Medcalf


30 Years of CIEEM: A History and Future in Context
Jason Reeves

Thistledown and Buried Acorns: Ghosts of Ecology Past, Present and Future
Matthew Bowell, Annoushka Bayat-Moore and John Box

How Will Technology Change How Ecologists Work over the Next 30 Years?
James Cook

The Next 30 Years: A View from Our Patrons
Professor Roger Crofts, Dr Jane Davidson, Professor David Goode and Baroness Barbara Young

How Wild Will We Be in 2050?
Jon Davies

What has Changed for Ecological Consultancy and What Does the Future Look Like?
Clare May

The Next 30 Years: A View from Our Vice Presidents
Will Woodrow, Penny Lewns, Caroline McParland and Lisa Kerslake

Institute Updates

Supporting Early Career Practitioners and Freelancers
Sally Hayns

STEM Ambassadors: Could You Inspire the Next You?
Stuart Parks

Ethical Dilemmas

Policy Activities Update
Amber Connett

What’s in a Name?
Sarah Cox

CIEEM Welcomes New Fellows: Katrena Stanhope and Richard Andrews

From the Country Project Officers

Sector News

Innovation and the Nature Recovery Network

Interesting Times: Insurance for CIEEM Members

British Ecological Society
Professor Marc Cadotte

By Members for Members

Q&A: David Stubbs

Student Hub

Books, Journals and Resources

Forthcoming Events