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The Perthshire Women in Agriculture Group are hosting their final meeting of the year – Adapting to a Changing Climate.
Our guest speaker will be Seamus Murphy, Soils and Environment Consultant with SAC Consulting.
This meeting will give a brief overview of agricultural emissions and the impacts of climate change before the group look at ways to reduce emissions, store more carbon and adapt to a changing climate.
Want to learn more about emissions from agriculture? Confused about some of the misconceptions and contradictions surrounding agriculture and climate change? Looking for practical steps and changes that you can make to your own business? Or maybe you like to know the numbers behind the theory then tune in to hear real-life efficiency figures and data being used to put some numbers behind the carbon footprint that can help you to improve the efficiency of your business.
Join us on Thursday 28th October at 8pm to hear Seamus explain the science behind climate change and give practical steps that can be applied to various farm types.
Attendees from all over Scotland would be very welcome to join us at this meeting.
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