Added by on 2019-11-12

At our recent conference, “Farming and Climate Change: Towards Net Zero Emissions”, a lively session of ‘Any Questions’, with a farming slant, was led by Jonathan Dimbleby, addressing an array of queries put to a panel with Minette Batters, MP Richard Benyon, Professor Michael Lee, Deputy Leader of the Labour Party Tom Watson and Patrick Holden. Audience questions included, “Are high farming yields the enemy of nature?” and “How can we convince consumers to pay more for their food?” For more on the conference follow this link: https://sustainablefoodtrust.org/articles/farming-and-climate-change-towards-net-zero-carbon-emissions/ Related PostsFuture of Food: Farming in the age of climate changeThis Farm in Mexico is Growing a Solution to Climate Change (HBO)Combining agricultural, forestry, and climate change agendas in Europe – Christian DuprazClimate Change: What it Means for Our Agriculture and Our Health – Future Thought LeadersAdjusting to climate change: Gardening classes for pupils in LesothoGreen roofs can help cities adapt to climate change

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