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The Agri-Food & Biosciences Institute (AFBI) was created on 1st April 2006 as an amalgamation of the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (DARD) Science Service and the Agricultural Research Institute of Northern Ireland (ARINI). AFBI is a DARD Non-Departmental Public Body (NDPB).
AFBI carries out high technology research and development, statutory, analytical, and diagnostic testing functions for DARD and other Government departments, public bodies and commercial companies..
AFBI's NDPB status enables it to be innovative and entrepreneurial in its approach to business development.  AFBI is forging new partnerships with other scientific institutes and research organisations and extending the range of services it offers.  This enables AFBI’s unique breadth of scientific capabilities in the areas of agriculture, animal health, food, environment and biosciences to be offered to a wider prospective national and international customer base.  
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    UK Shows Encouraging Growth in Latest ISO 14001 Data

    The latest data on the uptake of the international Environmental Management System standard ISO 14001 shows that the number of certificates issued worldwide has exceeded the 300,000 mark for the first time. This increase comes just as the ballot on the Draft International Standard (DIS) on the revised version of ISO 14001 closes, ahead of expected implementation in 2015.

  • Over 50 Members Have Just Upgraded

    Achieving an IEMA Professional level of Membership is the goal of many Environment & Sustainability Professionals, and yet another batch of candidates can say they’ve been successful.

    These 51 Members (see below) have been able to demonstrate that they have the required level of knowledge and experience to meet our exacting standards, and as a result are now entitled to use their new professional suffix (AIEMA or MIEMA CEnv). We'd like to congratulate everyone here on their success. Well done!

     

  • IEMA Responds to Brussels Energy and Climate Change Summit Outcomes

    40% reduction is a "minimum baseline says IEMA. 

    On the evening of Thursday 23 October,  EU leaders committed that by 2030, greenhouse gas emissions must be reduced by at least 40%, while there will be an increase in energy efficiency and renewables by at least 27%.

    IEMA quickly responded to the outcomes and commitments, stating:

  • ESOS Launch Energizes New Opportunities for IEMA Members

    IEMA’s approval to operate assessment register opens up new opportunities for Members.

    With the recent launch of the Environment Agency’s Energy Saving Opportunity Scheme (ESOS), Auditor Members of IEMA have just become eligible to become approved independent Assessors of the scheme.

    IEMA is one of only eleven organisations - and one of only six professional bodies or associations - approved by DECC to operate an ESOS Lead Energy Assessor Register.

  • IEMA Launches Urgent Call to Action to Fill Environment & Sustainability Skills Gap

    New report published by IEMA finds that only 13% of companies are fully confident that they have the skills to successfully compete in a sustainable economy

    The global economy is heading towards a perfect storm of pressure on all fronts, according to a new report on the environment & sustainability skills deficit published by IEMA. 

  • IEMA Congratulates Latest List of Members to Upgrade

    Members working for organisations across the economy have just sucessfully achieved Professional Membership status.

  • Trend in Number of Member Upgrades Continues

    IEMA reveals latest list of member upgrades, totalling 78 names for the third month running.

  • Tim Balcon's Latest Blog Asks "Who’s the expert?"

    IEMA's CEO queries how the term "expert" can cause us to "close our ears" to great ideas from elsewhere. Click for the full post.

  • Trend for 78 Upgrades Continues with Latest Successful Applicants Named

    Click to find out which of your fellow IEMA members has just had some good news.

  • Tim Balcon's Latest Blog Focuses on IEMA's "Firm Foundations"

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