This week we have a real collaborative podcast and the reason why this series was developed. I'm really pleased to have managed to get 30 minutes of Sally Hayns time. She is the current Chief Executive Officer of the Chartered Institute of Ecology & Environmental Management and is really passionate about the natural environment.
We’re going to be looking at, how we as professionals can actively promote green infrastructure and the built environment, its importance to how we live, work and play and what steps the Chartered Institute of Ecology & Environmental Management (CIEEM) are taking to address a major issue of fair-pay to more junior members of the industry and to get away from the whole issue of earning colours by doing loads of voluntary work..
Introducing the Chief Executive Officer of the Chartered Institute of Ecology & Environmental Management and someone who is really passionate about the natural environment.… Sally Hayns.
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