The annual Energy and Rural Business Show has rebranded after 12 years and will now trade as the Low Carbon Agriculture Show.
The first Low Carbon Agriculture event will be held at the National Agriculture and Exhibition Centre (NAEC), Stoneleigh on March 9-10th 2021. The organisers say it will “showcase opportunities in low carbon energy, technological advances and Environmental Land Management (ELM) for a profitable and sustainable future in farming, ensuring solutions to climate change and environmental initiatives take centre stage”.
Held in association with the NFU, Low Carbon Agriculture will incorporate four expos in one show – Environmental Business Expo, Farm Technology Expo, Energy Now Expo, and Low Emission Vehicles Expo.
“Our aim is to provide farmers and landowners with information and guidance on ways to combat climate change, to align with developments in agri-policy and to identify the business opportunities which will allow them to continue providing their essential products and services in both a profitable and sustainable way,” says show director David Jacobmeyer of organiser DJ Media Publishing.
More details via the event website.