A transformation pathway for Scottish farming

This report has been produced by the Farming for 1.5°C independent enquiry on farming and climate change for Scotland. It sets out a pathway to net zero for Scottish farming, arguing that farmers and land managers will have to “revolutionise current practices” to reduce environmental harm and sequester carbon, and that multifunctional land use management (including agroecology, restored peatland, planted woodland and multispecies pastures) needs to become the norm.

Read the full report, A transformation pathway, here or here (PDF link). See also the Table explainer How can we reduce food-related greenhouse gas emissions?

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10 Dec 2020
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