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April 2014
The European Commission have published a report Climate change adaptation practice across the EU co-authored by CEP (with Milieu)

April 2014
CEP, with Milieu, have been commissioned by the European Environment Agency (EEA) to undertake the 'Mapping of available and scoping of new indicators to meet monitoring needs of the 7th Environmental Action Programme'

April 2014
The Environmental Audit Committee report on HS2 and the environment has now been published - Dr William Sheate was the specialist adviser to the Committee as part of their inquiry

Collingwood Environmental Planning (CEP) is an independent multidisciplinary environmental and sustainability consultancy.

CEP is based in London and has been providing independent, professional advice since 1995. We undertake projects worldwide, having particular experience of working throughout the UK and EU. Whilst operating independently, we work with a strong network of complementary specialists in academia and consultancy.

We offer our clients a broad spectrum of practical and advisory services relating to environmental and sustainability policy, planning and assessment. There is a research and capacity building focus to much of our work and, in collaboration with our clients, we strive to deliver sustainable solutions to challenging issues, through a professional, conscientious and innovative approach.

We undertake commissions for a variety of client groups, including: European and international institutions; national governments and their agencies; regional and local government; charities and NGOs; research institutes and universities; and private companies.