Profile: Environmental engineer and sustainability pioneer Daniel Oerther – in his own words – Part 1
Daniel is part of the Society's new environmental professional sector.
New environmental professional sector will provide a network for professionals who protect and improve the quality of the environment through progressive engineering practices.
Society member Prof. Daniel B. Oerther ‘highly commended’ in Society for the Environment (SocEnv) awards
Daniel was nominated for his development of COAST (Caribbean Ocean and Aquaculture Sustainability Facility) where he helped establish the first ever parametric insurance product for the fishing industry.
Biodiversity campaign coincides with new SocEnv webinar series.
Could you be recognised in 2020 for your outstanding environmental work? Do you know a deserving colleague who has recently gone above and beyond to protect or enhance the environment?
SocEnv continue free, cross-disciplinary, expert webinars
The group from Huntingdon were given a guided tour of the factory and told how the company now operates in several diverse markets worldwide.
Elections are held each year for the Trustee Board and its three Professional Sector Councils. The Society depends on the valuable input provided by our volunteers and is looking for individuals with recent industry experience who can shape the future direction of the Society.
A delegation from the South American branch of Marcopolo and Volvo Bus Latin America visited Tower Transit in October to find out more about the UK operator’s hybrid, hydrogen fuel cell and virtual electric bus fleet.
Registration to the Engineering Council can have a big impact on an engineering career. SOE members tell us about their experiences.