Low Carbon Agriculture Show
- Date: Wednesday 6 March 2024, 08:30 – 17:30
- Location: Off-campus
- Interval: Every day
- Until: Thursday 7 March 2024
- Cost: Free
Uncover innovative ways to reach net zero emissions.
The UK is committed to achieving Net Zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2050, and the agricultural sector is uniquely placed to be part of the solution.
The Low Carbon Agriculture Show, which takes place 6-7 March at NAEC Stoneleigh, comprises of four co-located events - Energy Now Expo, Environmental Business Expo, Farm Technology Expo, and Low Emissions Vehicle Expo – and will explore ways to address climate change by generating renewable energy, implementing low-carbon technology and best practices in carbon and environmental land management.
Joining the agenda will be Dr Gesa Reiss, Senior Research Fellow in the School of Biology and Dr Lloyd Glanville, BACB Renewables, who will discuss their research into how livestock waste and insect farming can both generate clean energy, whilst providing commercial opportunities for farmers.
At this event, you will:
- Hear about the latest innovations in the Farm Technology Theatre
- Access the suppliers' showcase with more than 120 companies
- Learn more about storing the energy you produce in the Energy Storage Theatre
- Network with all attendees and suppliers
- Have the opportunity to test drive low emission vehicles on the test track
- Meet members from the Global Food and Environment Institute and Energy Leeds