As we emerge into 2021, all eyes are looking forward and nurturing hopes, plans and ambitions that life will be better – healthier, happier, safer and more sustainable. So how do we make the future we want a reality, by design – and avoid ending up with the future we don’t want, by accident?
The Willand Intelligent Livestock System offers the potential for methane and carbon capture.
Provoked by “artefacts from the future” we will be looking ahead to alternative future scenarios.
Stephen Briggs gives the lowdown on the UK’s largest agroforestry operation in Cambridgeshire, where he grows cereals and fruits, side by side in strips, across 52 hectares of rich fenland soil. He will be talking about his experiences at an Agri-TechE event.
Download direct from Google Drive. Join Brian Reid, Professor of Soil Science at the University of East Anglia and Gareth Roberts, Co-Founder of Cambond, as we
Climate impact of grass-fed herds in pastures, that include white clover, are less than previous IPPC estimates, which are based on collated data not direct measurement and underestimate the reduction in microbial activity.