Angela has spent 20 years working in AD, with involvement in a number of projects/publications for Welsh government, the International Energy Agency and academic journals. She is joint manager of the BBSRC Environmental Biotechnology Network (formerly AD Network), a research project which provides funding and links to more than 1000 academics and industry members. She also is co-owned Methanogen UK who manufactured small farm and micro-scale anaerobic digesters. Projects includes LEAP’s micro-AD project near London’s Kings’ Cross, a ‘dog do gas lamp digester’ and a number of other community projects. She has run her own household digester for 10 years and is part of the University’s ‘Circular Bioeconomy’ team, demonstrating a solar-powered mobile digester and science activities to thousands of people.
Looking ahead to the farm of the future… how will we produce food sustainably and what will the farm transport and fuel look like that we need to run future systems? On the back of the recent highly acclaimed ‘Farm of the future – Journey to Net Zero’ report, this discussion explores what UK farms […]