Can We Maintain Economic Food Production Together with Protecting Biodiverity in a Changing Climate?*

4 October 2022


Dr John Redhead, from the UK Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, explores the sustainable use of land for protecting nature and ensuring human benefits. This talk focuses on the results of a ten year monitoring programme of agri-environment schemes looking at the changes to biodiversity and the economics of implementation on a working lowland farms. This is one model to guide implementation of the new ELMS payments to farmers for local nature recovery and sustainable farming to improve the ecological connectivity of our farmland landscapes and enable species to adapt or move in response to climate change alongside food production.

*This event is in partnership with big green week and the Reading climate festival.

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