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Charis Fowler
BEng  PgCert  CEng  CEnv  MICE  AIEMA  AMIOA

Academic Qualifications
2:1 BEng (Hons) Civil Engineering - Nottingham Trent University

Pg Cert. in Applied Environmental Management – Derby University

IOA Certificate of Competence in Environmental Noise Monitoring

Professional Qualifications
Chartered Engineer (CEng)

Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv)

Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers (MICE)

Associate of the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (AIEMA)

Associate Member of the Institute of Acoustics (AMIOA)

Environmental Partner of Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM)

Currently operate as a committee member of the ‘ICE East Midlands Engineering Knowledge Sub-Committee’ and also the ‘ICE Staffordshire Group’.  These roles involve my attendance at regular committee meetings and implementation of actions to promote our activities.

Attending the Science Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Network (STEMNET). SEA Ambassadors for Schools breakfast briefing for the East Midlands in May, with the intention of becoming an Ambassador for Derbyshire.

Typical activities in which SEA Ambassadors may get involved are:

  • supporting schools activities such as Science and Engineering clubs

  • helping with school's STEM competitions, events and awards

  • assisting in extra-curricular STEM experiences

  • offering mentoring, careers guidance and positive role models

  • helping to provide work-based placements for teachers and students


Using Energy more efficiently can only get stronger
The easiest improvements are often behavioral - simply getting people to switch off the lights and their computers at the end of the day.  You need to know how much energy you are using and which areas offer the most potential for saving.  Most UK Businesses can reduce their total direct energy consumption by 40%.  More Companies are looking at how they can make money out of Climate Change while at the same time Customers and Pressure Groups are becoming more informed and more critical of those perceived to be guilty of 'Greenwash'  Thee are generous 'feed in' tariffs to encourage Businesses and Homeowners to install renewable energy capacity.

Large non-energy intensive groups will be subject to a Cap and Trade Scheme from 2010


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