Farming Innovations to Deliver Net Zero – call for evidence

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The (APPGSTA) All-Party Parliamentary Group on Science and Technology in Agriculture has launched
an inquiry, into the technologies, innovations and practices that can help British agriculture deliver on the UK’s net zero commitments. We want to hear your views.

27 October 2022

Give your evidence for the ‘Farming Innovations to Deliver Net Zero’ All-Party Parliamentary Group Inquiry

The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Science and Technology in Agriculture (APPGSTA) has opened an inquiry on ‘Farming Innovations to Deliver Net Zero’.

The NFU is responding to the inquiry and wants to hear about your experience of technologies, innovations and practices which can help British agriculture deliver on the UK’s net zero commitments.

The All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Science and Technology in Agriculture exists to promote debate among politicians and other stakeholders on the value and role of scientific innovation in UK agriculture.
The information from the inquiry will be presented to Ministers to help inform policy on climate action.

The NFU wants to hear from you

Send your views to us by 23 November 2022 via email: [email protected].

Read more on the details of the APPG Inquiry.

22 September 2022

APPGSTA opens the call for evidence

The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Science and Technology in Agriculture launches inquiry, into the technologies, innovations and practices which can help British agriculture deliver on the UK’s net zero commitments.

The starting point for the inquiry is that climate change should be tackled by encouraging new green technologies and scientific innovations, rather than measures which might harm economic growth and living standards.

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Summary

APPG STA opens the call for evidence – 22 September 2022.

Deadline for NFU members to submit their views – 23 November 2022.