Institute to raise status of environmental managers

Environmental managers in business have a new champion. The Institute of Environmental Managers (IEM), launched in Glasgow during October, will aim to give them professional recognition and promote the transfer of knowledge and experience in environmental management.

The IEM was devised by the Centre of Environment and Business in Scotland (CEBIS), which was formed 18 months ago with funding from Scottish Enterprise to provide practical environmental information and advice to Scottish businesses. CEBIS now has over 300 corporate members.

The IEM is a response to demand from senior environmental managers in Scotland for professional recognition and support. "We were receiving a growing number of reques

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