b'L O W C A R B O N A G R I C U L T U R E S H O WLow Carbon Agriculture Show February 2023 The next Low Carbonproductive discussion.Agriculture Show will takeHeadline speakers in the place on 7 - 8 Februaryrenowned multi-streamed 2023 at the Nationalconference include:Agricultural ExhibitionGeorge Webb, Liquid Gas UK Centre (NAEC), Stoneleigh, to help farmers andchief executive, speaking on landowners to rise to theTransitioning from LPG to renewable liquid gas challenge of producing J onathan Werran, Localis chief more domestic, climateexecutive, speaking on the topic friendly food and energy,environmental policy has alsoof Banning fossil fuelled boilers with fresh contentbeen added. The new topicsby 2026 - a closer look at this announced for the event.have been introduced alongsideand other heat decarbonisation already popular sessions, such aspolicies,New conference sessions willcarbon farming, soil health,Mhari Bharnes, senior advisorfocus on enhancing biodiversity,each renewable energy type andagriculture & ELMs, Environment transitioning to regenerativean open debate on reaching netAgency, covering Aligning farming systems, niche crops,zero in agriculture. water management strategies managing energy use andwith environmental policy,costs, separate sessions on theWith continued price volatility in Tom Heap, farming, and decarbonisation of UK heat andfertiliser, energy and inputs, risingenvironmental journalist, power, and maximising returnsfood prices and renewed focuschairing the Reaching net zero from existing clean energy assets.on the environment, the show willin agriculture debate,A policy workshop, giving farmersprovide a pragmatic approach Harley Stoddart, head of climate and landowners the chance toto these pressing issues, withmitigation science at Defra, quiz experts on agricultural,advice that cuts through the noiseasking whether an industry energy and to deliver realistic advice andstandard for on farm GHG 46 Source Winter / Spring 2023'