Latest Rural Policy Centre podcast focuses on COP26

The latest episode of SRUC’s Rural Policy Podcast is now available, focusing on the challenges facing the upcoming Conference of the Parties (COP26).

A round table of experts from SRUC discuss the upcoming COP26 meeting in Glasgow, and highlight how SRUC is involved in many key strands of research that directly impact on global climate change efforts.

Areas covered include food systems, farming, soils, policy and much more.

You can find the podcast on your podcatcher of choice – search for ‘SRUC Rural Policy’. You can also visit our podcast's page or listen via our direct audio link.

The round table consists of:

Host: John Newbold, Professor of Dairy Nutrition
Bob Rees, Head of Carbon, Crops and Soils
Mark Reed, Professor in Rural Entrepreneurship
Davy McCracken, Head of Integrated Land Management
Peter Lindsay, Principal Consultant
Mads Fisher-Moller, Professor in Food Policy
Steven Thomson, Agricultural Economist

Posted by SRUC on 05/10/2021

Tags: Policy, Agriculture, Biodiversity
Categories: Research | Sustainability