Chartered Environmentalist is a professional title recognising environmental knowledge, understanding and skills to protect and enhance the environment in a sustainable way. Across the world, Chartered Environmentalists utilise their environmental expertise to instill client trust, transition to sustainable practices, lead departments, make strategic decisions, advise Governments and work as highly-skilled practitioners.
Becoming a Chartered Environmentalist demonstrates that an individual has been judged by their peers to be working at the highest standards in the environmental aspects of their work. Successful applicants shall be entitled to use the title Chartered Environmentalist and the designatory letters "CEnv" after their names. The professional title provides a clear way for environmental professionals to signal this knowledge and expertise to employers, stakeholders, decision-makers and clients.
Engineers Ireland has become the first organisation outside the UK to be licensed by the Society for the Environment to award this important professional title. To become a Chartered Environmentalist with Engineers Ireland, applicants must first be a Chartered Engineer and must be able to demonstrate:
- Application of knowledge and understanding of the environment to further the aims of sustainability
- Leadership in sustainable management of the environment
- Effective communication and interpersonal skills
- A personal commitment to professional standards, recognising obligations to society, the profession and the environment
Further information on the application criteria and procedure will be published in the coming months. To express your interest in becoming a Chartered Environmentalist with Engineers Ireland, please complete this short survey.
If you are already a Chartered Environmentalist with another organisation, we would also like to hear from you. Please add your details to the above form.