The 2021 CLA Rural Business Conference will bring CLA members, senior government figures and a host of other speakers together to discuss how to create a low carbon countryside.
Landowners are on the front line in the fight against climate change. With a new agricultural policy designed to further improve the environmental impacts of land management, CLA members are already taking great steps to reduce their emissions.
But with the UK having legislated to become carbon neutral by 2050 and growing public concern over the climate emergency, it has never been more important to learn from one another as we seek to create a low carbon countryside.
The conference Towards net zero: creating a low carbon rural economy will hear from senior government figures including George Eustice MP, Secretary of State, Defra and Luke Pollard MP, Shadow Secretary of State, Defra, as well as farmers, land managers and rural business owners who are providing innovative ways to create an environmentally-friendly - but still profitable - rural economy. The conference will be chaired by BBC broadcaster Victoria Derbyshire.
CLA members can take advantage of the early-bird rate by visiting the event booking page here.
If you have any questions or need any assistance booking, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.