The current global pandemic and subsequent mitigation measures are impacting on the ability of the renewables industry to collect the field data required for assessment, with many survey seasons likely to be curtailed or delayed, with project timescale and financial implications as a result.

This means we must try to where possible adapt and innovate to keep projects moving and managing both the financial and social impacts. To support industry through these challenging times, Atmos Consulting will be hosting a free webinar on Friday 15 May at 11.00 am.

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Atmos Consulting is pleased to announce the appointment of Malcolm Sangster, formerly of Aecom, as Technical Director of its EIA (Environmental Impact Assessment) and Consenting team.

As the ongoing situation of Covid-19 impacts on global business operations, we want to take the opportunity to provide an update you on the measures we are taking to mitigate its impact to keep our business operational and our people safe.

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As the world continues to wrestle with the challenges of climate change, how do we encourage young people into an industry whose core purpose is to balance the delicate needs of the environment with those of human progression and development?  One way could lie in recruiting Modern Apprentices.

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The requirement for an ecological or environmental clerk of work (ECoW) is often enshrined as a planning condition for larger projects or those with specific environmental sensitivities, but what is the purpose? Atmos Regional Director for the Highlands, Dr Greg Fullarton explains.  

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