Action to confront the climate emergency is at the forefront of the Society for the Environment’s (SocEnv) work, and, with the eyes of the world on the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in November, SocEnv is committed to helping individuals and organisations make 2021 a year of substantive change.
Firstly, it licenses the awarding of environmental professional registrations, including chartered environmentalist (CEnv) to those with the highest level of expertise. CEnv registration helps professionals to develop and showcase their skills and equips them to lead the response to the climate emergency. That’s why SocEnv is committed to growing the number of chartered environmentalists, already over 7,500 strong.
Secondly, as an umbrella body, it works in partnership with many organisations, including CABE. This means it is well equipped to facilitate change at an organisational level. A prime example of this is Pledge to Net-Zero, of which SocEnv is a founding signatory. More than 65 organisations have now made the pledge and committed to setting science-based targets for tackling their greenhouse gas emissions.
So, if you haven’t already, make sure to set CEnv registration and/or encouraging your organisation to make the Pledge to Net-Zero as clear objectives for 2021, and increase your impact in tackling the climate emergency.
CABE is licensed by the Society for the Environment to award chartered environmentalist (CEnv) registration to members. Demonstrate your credentials as an environmental leader, become a CEnv via CABE.