CLA supports the UK’s largest low carbon agriculture event

Low Carbon Agriculture 2024: an event for forward-thinking farmers, landowners and industry operators
Low carbon ag show - Venue Entrance

Top industry experts from across the UK are gathering at the Low Carbon Agriculture show (LCA) to address multiple topics and solutions for sustainable farming. Taking place 6-7 March 2024 at NAEC Stoneleigh, Warwickshire, LCA is the UK’s only event dedicated to bringing you information and technology to help you achieve your sustainable and net zero targets.

Key industry experts will share their insights and best practices, including CLA Vice President Joe Evans, taking part in ‘The Debate – Reaching Net Zero in Agriculture’.

Across the two days, there will be 100+ informative presentations from the likes of Chris Huhne, Chairman, Anaerobic Digestion & Bioresources Association (ADBA); Jack Bobo, Director Food Systems Institute, University of Nottingham; Jeanette Whittaker, Principal Scientist, UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology; Liz Bowles, Chief Executive, Farm Carbon Toolkit; Tom Heap, Farming and Environmental Journalist, BBC Countryfile; Harley Stoddart, Head of Climate Mitigation Science, DEFRA and Owen Griffith, Lead Renewable Heat Project Manager, National Trust.

LCA speakers and exhibitors will offer practical guidance on renewable energy generation, environmental best practices, low-carbon solutions, and related policy, as well as highlighting the latest funding and incentives available to implement sustainable practices and technologies on your land or into your business.

Join us in supporting the Low Carbon Agriculture show and our journey towards a low-carbon, environmentally friendly industry.

Low Carbon Agriculture 2024