Since we urgently need to become a net zero carbon county and country, what factors concerning our land influence this the most?
About this Event:
Dr Simon Jeffery is joining us from Harper Adams University to discuss how the land influences climate change and options there are for us to change from the present situation.
Dr Jeffery is a soil microbial ecologist by training with a PhD in this subject area from Cranfield University . His main interests are in ecosystem functioning and in particular how soil organisms drive processes and functions across a range of scales from local to global. His work has been focused on understanding such processes with the aim of harnessing them to the benefit of us all in terms of increasing the productivity and sustainability of our use of soils.
Doors open at 7pm and there will be information of interest to see before the talk starts at 7.30pm
The event will include time after the talk for further discussion when canapés and drinks will be available . It is free of charge and supported by KLEEN but donations will be welcome.
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