Adam is the founder of Lawyers for Net Zero, as well as being an entrepreneur, coach, connector, consultant and writer on He is especially passionate about #ClimateAction #Biodiversity #RainForests #Renewables.

He is also an experienced chair, facilitator and conference presenter. And he's even been a sustainable stand up comedian.

His aim is to help large organisations, eco-startups, entrepreneurial enterprises and NGOs communicate excellently, connect with other sustainability leaders and generate transformational change.

AUTHOR: he is the author a book chapter on Blockchain & Energy, a regular contributor to the Economist Group + the well received guide 'Empower Change', which has had numerous excellent testimonials, inc. this from Mike Barry, Head of Sustainability, M&S:
“Employee engagement is crucial to building a sustainable business. There is a growing body of literature on how to engage but little as practical and down to earth as Woodhall’s work”
Access the guide here:

Over the last 15 years he has worked with over 100 organisations and thousands of individuals, supporting them to become environmentally, socially and financially sustainable.

Clients he's worked with are many startups and corporations such as: PwC, HS1, Wessex Water, Network Rail, The Jockey Club, University of Westminster, Warburtons Bakery, First Direct Bank, NG Bailey Construction, East Riding NHS, Parcelforce, Southern Railway, Allianz Insurance & Royal Mail

His successful projects have included:
• Creating a business case for investment in people driven energy savings at a large UK utility
• Increasing the miles per gallon of bus drivers
• Facilitating a workshop of leaders at a University to gain buy-in to a sustainability strategy
• Reducing the energy spend of racecourses
• Raising the awareness of 500 staff in 1 day at a large city college
• Reducing carbon footprint of a global media agency by designing a comms programme for their green champions network

CPD & Training with Adam Woodhall:

LawScot COP26 Conference CPD

On the eve of COP26 in Scotland we will bring together lawyers from across the globe to discuss the role of the lawyer on environmental impact.