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Present Events

Present Events & Workshops

First Ever ‘East Anglian Festival’, Ethical Carnivore Panel Discussion

Against the backdrop of a looming culture war about the wisdom and desirability of eating beef, four experts brought their unique perspectives to bear on the issue. Louise Gray, the name of whose book furnished the title of this discussion, described how her experience of consuming meat only found or killed by her for two years, informed the way she thinks about meat eating. John Lynch, an environmental scientist, educated us about the actual (versus purported) impact of livestock farming on climate change. Hugh Somerleyton, rewilding advocate, explained his mission to reinstate East Anglia’s wilderness while Anna Beames, an environmental systems thinker, gave us a glimpse of the difficulties and challenges of putting natural capital at the heart of agricultural production.


Farming For Clean Air

Held at Cambridge University Park Farm, Madingley, Cambridge, CB23 8YW, this event will outline Defra’s Clean Air Strategy and demonstrate equipment that
will help compliance, together with information on forthcoming relevant grant schemes.

Further Information

For further details please download the invitation below, or book direct for either a morning or afternoon session.


Relevant Links

Anglia Rural Consultants
Cambridgeshire: Farm vehicles aim to help UK hit carbon goal
Farming Today
Look East Evening News

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