RSK Biocensus’s Stephanie Wray will be joining Landmark Chambers and Walker Morris on 21 October for a webinar discussion examining the forthcoming changes in legislation and policy as the UK prepares to leave the EU on 31 December 2020. The free event, ‘A green Brexit? Removing Red tape or increasing environmental protection?’, will see Stephanie provide a practitioner’s view as to how these changes are likely to affect the environment, how the development industry can positively respond, and the practice of planning and environmental impact assessment.
Structural Soils Associate Director Eric Downey has presented a virtual webinar to University of Birmingham, UK, engineering students on ‘choosing the correct tools for the job’. The 35-minute webinar can be accessed via GoToStage and is relevant to all students studying engineering or similar disciplines, or with an interest in ground investigation.
RSK Biocensus directors Steph Wray and Jon Davies will be presenting at The Pipeline Industries Guild webinar series, “Guild Goes Green”. The series focuses on sustainable, green recovery from COVID-19 and will span August.
Run by RSK Biocensus, RSK’s ecological business, the First Thursday Club is an opportunity to hear about new legislation, policy and best practice relating to the natural environment, and how it affects your business, through a series of webinars.