Centre for Environmental StudiesThe Centre for Environmental Studies (CES) was an environmental think-tank in the United Kingdom. It was established in 1967 by the second Wilson government as an independent charitable trust for the purpose of advancing education and research in the planning and design of the physical environment. It began with $750,000 funding from the Ford Foundation and grants from the British government.
The first director was A. H. Chilver, Professor of Civil Engineering in the University of London. The centre began to assess the needs for research in planning the environment for human living, and to consider how and where this research could most effectively be undertaken.
Funding for the centre was withdrawn by the Thatcher government in 1979. The centre continued for some years as an independent body, closing in the 1980s. Provided by Wikipedia
Published 1973“...Report of a working group at the Centre for Environmental Studies, London....”
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (DPUdb)22313, (ISLdb)43411, (UICdb)83055, (UISdb)30510, (UIUdb)194045, (WIUdb)42943)
The Organisation and work of planning departments in the London boroughs : a report based on a survey and subsequent discussion at a workshop /
Published 1977“...organised by the Centre for Environmental Studies, May, 1976 ; editors, Patsy Healey and Jacky...”
Published 1988“...CES paper (Centre for Environmental Studies (Great Britain)) ;...”
Seminar on the Construction and Use of Small Area Input-Output Tables, Centre for Environmental Studies, (London), 4 June 1970.
Published 1970“...Centre for Environmental Studies. Conference papers, 1...”