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Working for the public benefit for a clean,
green and sustainable world, CIWEM (The Chartered Institution of
Water and Environmental Management) is the only independent,
chartered professional body and registered charity with an
integrated approach to environmental, social and cultural issues.
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- Jul 2014
GREEN RIBBON POLITICAL AWARDS
CIWEM is relaunching the Green Ribbon Political Awards to
honour those who have had a positive impact on the environment.
This year's awards ceremony will take place at the House of Commons
on 18 November, hosted by Joan Walley MP, Chair of the
Environmental Audit Committee, and supported by the All-Party
Parliamentary Environment Group.
- Jun 2014
WINNERS ANNOUNCED: ATKINS CIWEM ENVIRONMENTAL PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR 2014
The prestigious Atkins CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the
Year 2014 has this year been awarded to Mohammad Fahim Ahamed Riyad
from Bangladesh for his captivating image entitled 'In search of
- Jun 2014
NEW REPORT CALLS ON MINISTERS TO DELIVER ON ACTIVE TRANSPORT
The Case for Action, a new report by the Active
Transport for Healthy Living Coalition, highlights the
breadth of existing work that demonstrates the benefits of active
transport for health, the economy and the environment. It
also identifies opportunities within the planning, design,
engineering and transport policy realms to increase levels of
Active Transport for Healthy Living is a
collaboration of Professional Institutions and other partner
organisations drawn from the spheres of health, engineering,
environment, architecture, planning and transport.
- Jun 2014
NICK REEVES REMEMBERED: CIWEM'S MEMBERS LOUNGE OPENED
CIWEM's new Members Lounge, the Reeves Room, has officially
opened. Named in honour of Nick Reeves, this new member facility
sees the realisation of one of the key ambitions championed by Nick
in the development of CIWEM's new headquarters in Saffron Hill.
Janet Reeves kindly performed the official opening on Thursday 12
June. Invited guests spoke in tribute to Nick and Trustee Board
Chair Jim Oatridge unveiled a plaque commemorating Nick and his
CIWEM members are invited to visit 106-109 Saffron Hill and make
use of the Reeves Room, accompanied by up to two non-member guests.
Facilities include free WiFi and coffee.