Event Date : November 22, 2022
Event Time : 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Event Location : Online
Online event which highlights a project testing the feasibility for the generation of robust carbon credits from UK agroforestry projects.
In the first half of this webinar, you will hear more about this Natural Environment Investment Readiness Fund (NEIRF) project to test the feasibility for the generation of robust carbon credits from UK agroforestry projects.
This project is coordinated by the Soil Association, in partnership with Woodland Trust, Organic Research Centre, Finance Earth, Scottish Forestry and Scotland’s Rural College.
Explore opportunities for an Agroforestry Carbon Code here.
Speakers will include representatives from a range of the project partners and there will be plenty of time for Q&A and feedback.
In the second half of the webinar, there will also be brief presentations from project partners: Soil Association, Woodland Trust and Organic Research Centre on related policy & technical developments to support UK agroforestry including:
Clive Thomas, Senior Regenerative Forestry Advisor for the Soil Association and project manager for the Agroforestry Carbon Code. Clive also project managed the ‘Woodland and Trees in the Farmed landscape’ report and worked with Cumulus Consultants on the report and associated model.
George Chanarin, Lead author for Cumulus Consultants on the ‘Woodland and Trees in the Farmed Landscape’ report for the Soil Association.
Andrew Allen, Lead Policy Advocate Land Use for the Woodland Trust and lead author of the Trust’s report ‘Farming for the Future: how agroforestry can deliver for nature and climate’.
Colin Tosh, Senior Agroforestry Researcher with the Organic Research Centre. An experienced ecological modeller, Colin currently undertakes modelling work on the EU AGROMIX project to understand how agroforestry and mixed farming promote farm resilience, and the EU REFOREST project. He also works on the Defra Agroforestry Elm Test project, advising the Defra team developing Agroforestry policy in ELM.REGISTER
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