Environment Systems is an environmental consultancy. We are trusted providers of environmental evidence and insight to governments and industry.

Our Projects

  • MEOW3 (Making Earth Observation Work)

    MEOW3 (Making Earth Observation Work)

    We have now embarked on a third phase of work for DEFRA and JNCC. This new phase will establish the range of uses of EO for informing policy and practical land management decision making. Further technical development will be focused on upland areas. We will also be taking on a co-ordination and information exchange role.



    We are now two years into this 4 year FP& ‘citizen science’ project. The project sets out to develop a software infrastructure that will make it easier for citizens using mobile devices to collect environmental data suitable for use in policy and decision making. The project is built around UNESCO’s Worldwide Network of Biosphere Reserves (WNBR).

  • Coastal Monitoring Framework

    Coastal Monitoring Framework

    Environment Systems is a preferred supplier of ecological mapping for coastal monitoring frameworks in England and is currently working on the North West framework for Sefton Council. The extent of the area to be mapped runs from the Solway Firth to the River Dee.

  • Environmental Stewardship Monitoring

    Environmental Stewardship Monitoring

    Earlier this year Environment Systems was accepted on to Natural England’s (NE) Environmental Stewardship Monitoring and Evaluation framework as part of a Fera (Food & Environment Research Agency) led consortium.

  • Transparent Forests

    Transparent Forests

    Environment Systems is part of a consortium that completed a feasibility study and is now embarking on the demonstration phase for a web based certification and information system for the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). The system will use satellite data for annual monitoring of certified forests and to produce maps of land cover types, boundary data and changes.

  • Anguilla


    Anguilla is a British Overseas Territory in the Caribbean, where Environment systems has been working for the last two years. The first project mapped the variety and extent of the habitats on the islands in the archipelago. A year later we were mapping Anguilla’s marine environment, creating a bathymetry layer with Worldview 2 satellite imagery and now we are mapping ecosystem services.