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The Midlands Net Zero Hub commissioned District Eating to investigate sources of heat and CO2 from farms and food waste and the available energy from this waste.

The project was split into three phases, including mapping, feasibility studies and future project development exercises.

The full reports are available at the Midlands Hub website at the following link: Midlands Net Zero Hub – Low carbon farming

Midlands Net Zero Hub Farm of the Future: Journey to Net Zero report

In collaboration with partners including the Royal Agricultural Society for England and Innovation for Agriculture, the Midlands Net Zero Hub produced a pioneering study outlining how the UK farming industry will respond to climate change. 

The paper identifies several areas in agriculture which need to be addressed, including environmental resource management, low carbon energy options, and helps set the policy agenda to enable the food supply system to become healthier, more resilient and nature-friendly.

You can read the report below:

Midlands Net Zero Hub – Low carbon farming

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