Moving to net zero:
the challenges and opportunities for agriculture

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Martin Collison, UK Food Valley and Agrifood adviser to the Greater Lincolnshire LEP, shares his insights on carbon from the industry.

“The feedback that we're getting from our food businesses and our farmers is that they're very aware of the carbon footprint on the products that they produce. They understand increasingly what is going on within their own business. What they don't yet understand is the way the supply chain works and the footprint the whole supply chain is creating,” says Collison.

Watch this video of his conversation with Richard Thomas, Regional Agriculture Manager, Barclays, for much more on the shift to net zero.



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