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Licensed Partners

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Only licensed professional partners can award CEnv to their members. Who are they?

 

Details of professional institutions which are licensed by SocEnv to award CEnv to their members

How to Become Licensed

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 How can your organisation become licensed to award CEnv to your members?  
 
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The Society for the Environment awarded Honorary Fellowships to twelve eminent environmental champions at a gala reception at the House of Lords on 24 June. 

The Society’s President, Tony Juniper, who himself received an Honorary Fellowship, made the presentations alongside the Society’s Chair, Carolyn Roberts.  Also receiving an Honorary Fellowship was Tim Smit KBE, Co-founder of the Eden Project; who said: 'the Society brings together environmentalists from all sorts of sectors representing the very centre of the Venn diagram, the heartbeat of it all.' 
 

Parliamentary Reception

We asked the professionals about CEnv... Some of the UK's leading environmental professionals talk about the value of the Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) qualification. 


Seb Beloe (WHEB Asset Management), Caroline Drummond, CEO of LEAF, David Stubbs, Head of Sustainability for London 2012 Olympic Games, Venan Sondo (Infosys), and David Symons (WSP) explain how their careers have benefited from CEnv status.

The Chartered Environmentalist

 
 
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