Society for the Environment

About Chartered Environmentalist Status

Chartered Environmentalists are drawn from no one profession. They work across industry, government, education and the public sector.

What they share is a commitment to environmental best practice and a high degree of expertise in their field.

Why are CEnvs Important?

The environmental challenges we face means that the role of the Chartered Environmentalist is more important than ever.

Registration sets Chartered Environmentalists apart from others working in their field. It establishes proven knowledge, experience and commitment to professional standards, and enhances career prospects

Chartered Environmentalist status is, to me, a means of demonstrating the long term and ongoing commitment to environmental best practice represented by my career.

Dr James R. J. Goddin BEng PhD CEng CEnv MIMMM

International Recognition

The Chartered Environmentalist status establishes professional environmentalists on a par with other professionals such as Chartered Engineers and Chartered Scientists. Already, 10% of Chartered Environmentalists are registered outside the UK - we expect that as global membership increases CEnv will become the international benchmark.

Benefits of Chartered Environmentalist

For the Individual

CEnv gives environmental practitioners recognition beyond their specific sector and demonstrates competence within and a commitment to environmental best practice within their particular field of expertise.

For the Employer

As an employer, specifying ‘CEnv’ as a recruitment requirement gives confidence in the environmental competence and professionalism of an employee.

For the Public

CEnv helps to enhance public trust in environmental services and those leading sustainable environmental management.

For the Profession

CEnv is helping to establish ‘environmentalism’ a profession and ensures practitioners are operating at the same high standards across the sectors.

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