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The Society for the Environment is an active member of ENEP (the European Network of Environmental Professionals), representing registered environmental professionals on the European stage.

ENEP (previously known as EFAEP - The European Federation of Associations of Environmental Professionals) represents 22 European environmental organisations and over 45,000 individual professionals. ENEP is the leading environmental professional networking organisation across Europe. Over recent years the Society has added a voice for our CEnv and REnvTech registrants in Europe and worked to positively maintain European connections. 

ENEP states that it “seeks to influence and implement the environmental agenda throughout Europe. It aims to do so by being respected for its adherence to sound, objective science rather than political lobbying but will be proactive where scientific or technical evidence supports it. Where possible it will also use its influence within the wider global context and beyond the European boundaries.” Further information can be found within the Vision and 2017-2018 Strategy Booklet.

Through this ever changing and challenging period of 'Brexit' negotiations, the Society believes that registered environmental professionals need to continue to work closely with European partners, as the environment has no borders. Plus, Europe as a whole needs knowledgeable, identifiable environmental professionals to carry out work that effects the environment that we live in.


Benefits for Environmental Professionals

Being a member of ENEP offers a number of key benefits to registered environmental professionals. This includes access to, and an individual profile on, the online directory of European environmental professionals. To sign up to have a directory profile, simply follow the link above. 

There are also opportunities to:

  • Network and develop relationships with European counterparts,
  • Transfer knowledge and good practice, and promote case studies to a cross-disciplinary European audience,
  • Maintain European ties post-Brexit, as ENEP is not an EU-related body, but covers Europe geographically,
  • Initiate and contribute towards collaborative projects of interest with European professionals and with the support of the Society for the Environment,
  • Share relevant events with a European audience via the ENEP website,
  • Host ENEP events to showcase current work and build relationships. 


ENEP Updates

Dr Emma Wilcox, CEO of the Society for the Environment, elected onto the ENEP Executive Committee. For further information, please read our news release.

The Society is contributing to work regarding the implementation of UN Sustainable Development Goals alongside other ENEP member bodies. More updates to follow.

The Society is exploring possible methods for creating greater recognition for registered environmental professionals across Europe. More updates to follow.


Further Information

For additional information regarding ENEP, please visit the ENEP website.

Or, for more specific information about the Society's involvement, please contact our Policy and Parliamentary Lead, Dr Tatum Matharu, using the details below:

+44 (0) 345 337 2951

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