Circular agriculture

June 2023 | Farm to fork, Rural policy

aerial view of grass land

Circularity in agriculture is increasingly recognised as a promising strategy to support a green transition towards sustainable food production. Ffion Evans, a doctoral researcher at Bangor, is looking at how circularity could improve the economic and environmental performance of agriculture.

As part of Ffion’s project, the greenhouse gas (GHG) mitigation potential and economic impacts of adopting specific circular practices will be modelled. Stakeholder workshops with farmers, as well as with industry and policy representatives, will also be conducted to understand the barriers to and opportunities for wider adoption and out-scaling of circularity.

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