The UK can and must reduce direct annual UK agricultural greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by at least 35% by 2030 and by 51% by 2050 on 2018 levels, to help end the UK’s contribution to climate change.
A shift to put nature’s recovery at the heart of future food and farming, including by focussing on reducing nitrogen use and waste, should be at the heart of the UK’s transition to net zero.
A large part of this will be in encouraging a shift away from intensive monoculture production, towards systems that build in and maximise benefits for wildlife, water, and soil health, through the adoption of a regenerative agriculture strategy.
This session looked in depth into the 6 main Regenerative Agriculture principles, and how they can be demonstrated at farm level.
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