The Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management launch a strategic plan setting out their core aims for the organisation and their members and outlines how they will be delivered
CIWEM, the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management in the UK has launched a five year corporate plan outlining their vision for a safer, more sustainable world. It sets out core strategic aims in order to develop an environmental profession equipped to achieve this vision.
With a heritage that dates back to the 19th century, CIWEM have played an important role in the careers of those leading advances in water supply, sanitation and treatment, public health and environmental challenges and has been recognised as an authoritative voice on water and environmental issues.
The Corporate Plan is the overarching strategic plan for the Institution and sets out a high level of direction and priorities for the organisation which will be carried out over the next five years. These will reflect on the key priorities for their members and their professional development. These key priorities include being more valued by members, more effective in influence and more undertaking more sustainable activities.
Terry Fuller, CEO at CIWEM, “This plan will help us build CIWEM as the institution of choice for all environmental professionals. It establishes CIWEM as relevant and accessible to a wide range of environmental, scientific and engineering practitioners. We will continue to place our members at the heart of our activities and work together to keep a healthy, well managed environment at the top of the agenda”.
Over the next five years CIWEM will work to deliver their vision for a safer and sustainable world and grow a community of global and environmental professionals who are united in working for the public benefit.