Low Carbon Agriculture show 2023
Tuesday 07 February 2023 - Wednesday 08 February 2023
Event will give practical guidance on sustainable land use.
The Low Carbon Agriculture show 2023, takes place on February 7-8th, at the National Agriculture and Exhibition Centre (NAEC), Stoneleigh.
The event, celebrating 13 years in 2023, will provide practical guidance on sustainable land use, renewable energy generation, and emission control.
· A dedicated Low Emission Vehicle test track,
· NEW Biomass Connect area,
· The exhibition, where over 120 companies representing renewable energy, low carbon transport and machinery, and supplier of innovative technologies and advisors of carbon opportunities and updated on environmental land management policy and best practice.
· The Future Farming Countryside Programme team from Defra will exhibit and present at the conference discussing how they are supporting the transition to regenerative
· Tom Bradshaw, NFU deputy president, speaking in the ‘Reaching net zero in agriculture’ debate,
· Mhari Bharnes, senior advisor agriculture & ELMs, Environment Agency, covering ‘Aligning water management strategies with environmental policy’,
· Tom Heap, farming, and environmental journalist, chairing the ‘Reaching net zero in agriculture’ debate,
· Harley Stoddart, head of climate mitigation science at Defra, asking whether ‘an industry standard for on farm GHG emissions can be established’,
· Labour’s Climate Change and Net Zero shadow minister Dr Alan Whitehead, speaking in the keynote session,
· Craig Livingstone, head of farming & rural business at the Lockerley Estate, outlining the estate’s ‘path to achieving net zero emissions’,
· Jeanette Whittaker, principal scientist in soil and land use CEH and project leader, Biomass Connect, covering ‘encouraging best practice and innovations in land-based biomass feedstock production’,
· Sarah Wynn, Managing Director – Climate Change and Sustainability, ADAS discussing ‘Managing, reducing and capturing your carbon’,
· Joe Stanley, farmer & head of training & partnerships, GWCT Allerton Project, looking at ‘Understanding the effects of different farming methods on wildlife and the environment’,
· Andy Bason, farm manager at Newhouse Farm Partnership, giving ‘A practical guide to regenerative farming’,
· Kerriann Mclackland, head of land at the Environment Bank, discussing ‘Risk and rewards of biodiversity net gain’,
· Hamish Conway, Limejump business development manager, offering guidance on ‘Securing the best price for your energy.’
· Jon Swain, technical director at NFU Energy, outlining how to ‘Combat rising energy costs with clean energy’,
· Mark Russell, partner at Carter Jonas, discussing ‘Opportunities to bring natural capital into your estate/farm/portfolio.’
· Adele Jones, executive director, Sustainable Food Trust, discussing ‘How can you measure progress when transitioning to a regenerative system?’
Learn more about the event here: https://lowcarbonagricultureshow.co.uk/