The webinars target those interested in the environment, sustainability, climate change, greenhouse gas emissions, the impact on agriculture, and science-based solutions and policies to mitigate the adverse effects and encourage the positive impact.
As agriculture is the primary land use in Ireland, farmers are responsible for farming sustainably to protect and enhance habitats and key resources. The webinars discuss the challenges and opportunities that face Irish and International agriculture.
- Assessing Biodiversity Management Practices on Intensively Managed Farmland by Dr Catherine Keena, Countryside Management Specialist, Teagasc.
- Farm Specific Mitigation Strategies and Practical Actions to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emission on Irish Farms by Dr Seamus Kearney, Signpost Programme & Jonathan Herron, Teagasc Moorepark.
- Managing the Risk of Phosphorus Loss from Slurry Application in Northern Ireland by Dr Donnacha Doody and Dr Russell Adam, AFBI.
- What are the Implications of Net Zero for UK Agriculture? By Dr Bob Rees, SRUC Scotland
Replay all previous recordings here.
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