We're in for net zero

Are you on a net zero journey?

Many of our members are already taking positive steps to make their farms net zero by 2040 - and that deserves recognition. We’d like to celebrate the action taken across this year leading up to COP26 – the UN Climate Change Conference to be held in Glasgow in November 2021.

The more members who come together to make a pledge for net zero, the bigger change we can make. Each and every action counts.

NFU members: click here to add your farm to our net zero Pledge map


Net zero Pledge Map

How the Pledge Map works 


Simply zoom in and click on the stars / tabs to see what has been pledged in your local area

When you pledge for net zero on our map, you're joining with other farmers and landowners who also believe that together we can make a massive contribution to combat climate warming.

Your pledge will show on our public-facing net zero Pledge Map alongside all the others who are joining the land force for good.

Your pledge will be anonymous and the map will only zoom to 10km on the google maps scale bar. Scroll down to add your details.

Send in your videos

Make sure you capture the magic and send in your videos to bmV0emVyb0BuZnUub3JnLnVr as you try new measures – the good, the bad, and the ugly! It will help us inform other members, the wider industry and the public.

For COP26, we would like to pull together a compilation video diary to showcase all the activity and celebrate members’ achievements.

We’ll share with you useful sources of information and tools to make sure you are up to date with how to become more productive, store carbon or invest in renewables and the bioeconomy.

Find out more about net zero:



  • Posted by: Claire UnderwoodPosted on: 19/11/2020 17:42:27

    Comment: My farm is in an AONB and a Conservation Area and the house is Grade II listed. I am therefore not allowed to place PV panels on my barn roofs. They would make little impact on the 'look' of the area as the barns are already utilitarian looking, being roofed with plastic coated metal and cement panels. The area that faces south is quite considerable. I would appreciate this issue being addressed in policy when we are tasked with making environmentally friendly contributions as a matter of course.

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