19th Jun 2020

As a dry, sunny spring draws to a close this weekend, our latest blog explores the connection between climate change and wildfires.

9th Jun 2020

In our latest blog we focus on a recent proposal with a unique approach to reducing the thaw rate of permafrost in in the Arctic. 

28th Apr 2020

In this time of uncertainty, customers may be worried about a consultant not being able to get on site or have concerns about a potential acquisition or development being delayed. Given the current circumstances and restrictions resulting from Covid-19, many companies are unable to carry out the majority of their projects. However, at Argyll Environmental we have adapted to our new working environment in a number of ways as we discuss our first ever ‘virtual site visit’ and how we carried it out.

working from home desk set up
1st Apr 2020

Argyll’s team of consultants have fully transitioned to working from home following Government guidance on restricting social contact and flexible working in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak.

Sewage works
22nd Jan 2020

As part of its adaption plan to help the UK reach net zero emissions by 2050, the Environment Agency (EA) has introduced a climate risk assessment for the application of any new bespoke waste and installation environmental permit.

 

11th Nov 2019

Flood risk is often thought of as probability; a chance that an event may happen with increased chance resulting in increased risk. However, with climate change bringing increased rainfall and an increase in the frequency and severity of storms and flood events, will this impact how we see the probability of these events? And how will this affect our current understanding of flood risk?  

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