Could edible insects soon be flying off the shelves?
25 April 2017
Could edible insects soon be flying off the shelves? This was a question asked in the Business section of The Telegraph and one to which RSK company ADAS, the UK’s largest independent provider of environmental consultancy, rural development services and policy advice, might just have the answer.
Mark Beaumont: athlete, broadcaster and ambassador. Although his successful career is three-pronged, Mark is perhaps best known for his 2008 world record for cycling round the world. He has also conquered cycling the Americas, rowed the Atlantic and broken the world record for the fastest solo ride of the length of Africa. For his latest challenge, he is going back to reclaim his round-the-world title, in less than half the time. And this time, he has RSK’s support.
London, 9 March 2017 – Agricultural and environmental consultancy ADAS, an RSK company, has announced the formation of a cross-disciplinary think tank to explore the impact of Brexit on the food, farming and environmental sectors. The ADAS Brexit Policy Group (ADAS BPG) will provide independent evidence, insight and analysis in relation to the issues that the UK leaving the European Union (EU) raises for the agricultural industry.
On 13 April, 2017, RSK’s award-winning ground investigation experts will be visiting the University of Leeds to give a free seminar on the latest developments in geophysical technologies and techniques, and their use in state-of-the-art ground investigations.