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Agri-Tech Express with ADAS – YEN-Zero: Using the YEN approach to drive performance & reduce GHG emissions
Friday 15th January @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Agri-Tech Express with ADAS - YEN-Zero: Using the YEN approach to drive performance & reduce GHG emissions
“Agriculture is a major source of greenhouse gas emissions, and has committed to change this urgently. Whilst there are opportunities for mitigation through carbon storage in soils and vegetation, better productivity and efficiency offer quicker and more provable wins. Proof of progress in these areas requires easy estimation and comparison of GHG emissions from fields and farms.”
Many issues and uncertainties surround routes to Net-Zero, so we need consistent, robust and accurate metrics to improve our understanding and to drive confidence. Interested parties are invited to join us in developing a ‘YEN-Zero’ community.
ADAS sees great potential in using the YEN approach – with farmers, advisors, industry and academics working together to reduce GHG emissions. Sharing data and ideas will enable benchmarking against peers and will generate insights for the community.
ADAS has been running the Yield Enhancement Network since 2012 to bring together farmers, advisors, industry, innovators and researchers to share data & ideas in a joint effort to raise performance. Recognising the power of the YEN approach, and with support from Innovate-UK, ADAS is now developing online ‘Dynamic Benchmarking’ to support and expand the YEN Family.
Daniel Kindred, Head of Agronomics at ADAS will be the first speaker in our series of Agri-Tech Express Events. During this hour long event, Daniel will be giving a short introduction to the topic, followed by time for discussion and questions as a group.
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This event is relevant for those working within agriculture and/or are interested in working towards net zero in the industry and calculating GHG emissions. This may include:
- Farmers & advisors interested in Net Zero and reducing GHG emissions from cropping.
- Farmers interested in comparing performance.
- Companies (tech, business support, research) and individuals interested in shaping YEN-Zero.
- Existing YEN Members or anyone interested in the YEN or YEN approach.
Why attend? You will be introduced to:
- GHG costs of cropping, how they are calculated, how they can be improved and where the uncertainties are
- Opportunities for tech companies to provide digital solutions to allow easier data sharing and benchmarking.
- Opportunities to share and test products, solutions or approaches that reduce emissions / increase C storage.
- Opportunities for researchers and others to come together around agreed emission factors and calculation approaches
ADAS is the UK's largest independent provider of agricultural and environmental applied/strategic research and consultancy.
Find out more about YEN by visiting our virtual Innovation Hub from 2020 which is focusing on nutrition. Hear from Prof. Roger Sylvester-Bradley giving an introduction toe YEN Nutrition.
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