In 2018 the government published the 25 Year Environment Plan, which set out plans to improve the environment in England and ensure that we become the first generation to leave the environment in a better state than we found it. …
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The Government Office for Science is excited to announce the publication of a new suite of systems thinking documents for civil servants. We have designed these to be accessible and relevant, with the aim of supporting better evidence-based policy making. …
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The Geography Profession in GSE is pleased to announce the second Geography in Government (GiG) awards.
This blog post is a collection of vacancies, events and learning and development opportunities for people working in Government Science and Engineering.
Head of Geography, David Wood, presents the winners of the GSE Geography in Government Awards.
David Wood presents the shortlisted nominees for the annual Geography in Government awards.
Michael Rignall, from the Public Engagement with Science team in BEIS, talks about his team’s work and the importance of reaching out to young people to build their enthusiasm about STEM.
David Wood reports on his first year as Head of Geography within the GSE profession.
Helen Roberts has been a government scientist since 2017 and currently works at the Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA). She tells us about her experience of participating in the Royal Society Pairing Scheme, which the GSE profession sponsors.