New Zealand Agricultural Climate Change Conference 2020

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Wednesday 1st and Thursday 2nd April 2020 - POSTPONED

This event has been postponed. All registered delegates and speakers should have received an email letting you know. Once new dates are confirmed, they will be posted here and registered delegates will receive an email.

More information here

Covid-19novel coronavirus)

We’re monitoring the Covid-19 situation closely, and following official advice from the Ministry of Health. More information is available at https://www.health.govt.nz/our-work/diseases-and-conditions/covid-19-novel-coronavirus

If you have any concerns or queries,p email nicky@eventit.co.nz


 

Join us in Palmerston North for a two-day conference focused on how policy and science are supporting action on agriculture and climate change.

Day 1: Policy
The focus for the first day of the conference will be on policy where we’ll hear the latest from Government and primary sector leaders on their joint plan to develop practical and cost-effective ways to measure and price emissions at the farm level by 2025. We’ll also receive updates on the Government’s targets for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, the role of forestry, adaptation, and the international landscape. 

Day 2: Science
The focus for the second day is understanding how the science can support action on the ground. Leading farmers will share their perspectives on currently available technologies and management practices, and we’ll get an update on the work being done to help farmers estimate their on-farm emissions. We’ll hear about progress being made with future technologies for reducing agricultural greenhouse gas emissions. We’ll also get a look at the new science plan for investment in research in this area, led by the NZAGRC and the PGgRC.

 
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Industry leaders, farmers and rural professionals, people who work in science, and policy makers who would like to better understand how New Zealand is addressing the challenges of agriculture and climate change.
 
Attendance is free, but registration is required. 

If you have any questions, please email at enquiry@nzagrc.org.nz or give us a call on 06 351 8334.

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