One of the biggest problems our clients encounter when conducting environmental surveys is how to accurately survey large areas in a tight timeframe. Assistant Project Manager, Daneen Cowling tells us more.
In light of recent updates across the UK with COVID-19, some of our upcoming events have been postponed or cancelled.
Harriet Illman and Emily Mason
With consumers waking up to the impact of fast fashion and how their clothes are made, it is important for clothing retailers and consumers to understand the key sustainability risks in textile supply chains. Increasingly clothing is made from...
Wool is a natural, biodegradable material produced by sheep. Each year a sheep produces a thick fleece which must be removed in the spring to protect its health and welfare. As the fleece regrows each year, it can be considered a renewable...
ADAS has published a paper, as part of a wider consortium1 funded by Defra, exploring possible indicators that can be used to measure sustainable intensification in farming. Data was collected from 59 English and Welsh farms, using a...
The Countryside Productivity Small Grants scheme Round 2 is now open!