Roadnight Taylor selected as National Farmers Union Partner

A new service aims to help landowners maximise the chances of successfully developing renewable energy schemes on their land

UK farming goes vertical for greener harvest!

During COP26, ELN went into a vertical farm and learnt more about the benefits of the green technology

Drax joins forces with farmers to boost Britain’s energy crop market

The partnership aims to encourage farmers to plant energy crops that will subsequently be used to deliver low carbon fuel

Government announces early rollout of Sustainable Farming Incentive scheme

The new scheme will reward farmers for adopting more sustainable farming approaches

Older farmers to be paid £100k to retire – but why?

The government has launched an initiative that would pay farmers looking to leave the sector, especially if they do not wish to follow new and more sustainable ways of farming

New anaerobic digestion ‘toolbox’ launched for agricultural sector

It provides information and makes tools available to help AD developers to prepare the evaluation and structuring of the basic economics of their projects

Nigeria spill case against Shell to be heard in English courts

Case revolves around 40,000 people affected by oil pollution in the Niger Delta

Plants feel down too! Stress in plants can now be measured

The technology is designed to detect stressful plant conditions, including drought, heat, cold and light stress

Green is good, but who trusts it?

A new study finds only a third of EU consumers trust the green credentials of food products

Scotland awards £18m to support sustainable farming

Letters with grant offers have been sent to more than 3,500 eligible farmers and crofters towards the purchase of agricultural equipment chosen for its effectiveness in reducing greenhouse gases