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The eyes of the world are on Glasgow for COP26, the UN Climate Change Conference, where world leaders and representatives are gathered to tackle global environmental issues.
Against the backdrop of COP26, The National Farmers Union (NFU) has asked all farm businesses to consider how they can play their part in the national race for a net zero economy.
Climate change affects us all, and we all have a duty to play our part. But those who own or tend land are especially affected by the challenges, responsibilities, and opportunities that a renewed focus on green issues will bring.
Factors in play include the many ways that landowners can diversify, using their land for non-agricultural purposes such as renewable energy to generate additional revenue while creating an environmental benefit.
The forthcoming Environment Act will bring new obligations for developers to mitigate the carbon generated by their activities and will enable landowners to benefit commercially from allowing their land to be used by carbon-offset schemes.
At Thrings, our Agricultural team supports a vast range of agricultural and diversifying businesses, helping the rural economy to thrive.
During COP26, members of the team will be using this page to share their insights, helpful guides and information about some of the key environmental topics associated with their specialisms.
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At Thrings, in order to make it quicker for you, the client, to get to the right information in a speedy way, we have created our Take Five guides; sound bites of legal content in five steps.
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