4. AgricaptureCO2 Series (Episode 3) - Soil Health. In this podcast Joe Stanley talks to John Williams, Head of Soils & Nutrients at ADAS56:11John is Head of Soils & Nutrients at ADAS, the UK’s largest independent provider of agricultural and environmental consultancy, policy advice and research and development and we discuss the core principles of soil health, the complexity of soil as a system, and the difficulties of chasing soil carbon increases.
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3. AgricaptureCO2 Series (Episode 2) - Agroforestry. In this podcast Joe Stanley talks to Stuart Holm Outreach Manager for the Woodland Trust46:22Stuart is Outreach Manager for the Woodland Trust, the UK’s largest woodland conservation charity and we discuss how agroforestry may play an important role in increasing the impact of regenerative farming across Europe.
AgriCaptureCO2 Series (Episode 1) - Introduction. Join Joe Stanley as he talks to Celia Nyssens, Senior Policy Officer for Agriculture and Food Systems at the European Environmental Bureau based in Brussels01:00:36In part one of The Allerton Project Podcast’s AgriCaptureCO2 series, Joe Stanley talks to Celia Nyssens, Senior Policy Officer for Agriculture and Food Systems at the European Environmental Bureau based in Brussels about climate change, soils policy, the challenges of carbon trading and how farmers can be a part of the climate solution via regenerative agricultural practices.
1. Our First Podcast!! Hosted by Joe Stanley, in conversation with Prof Chris Stoate. Learn more about The Allerton Project currently in it's 30th Year.53:59In our first episode, Joe Stanley talks to Professor Chris Stoate, Head of Research at the Allerton Project, about the 30 years of pioneering research conducted at the site since 1992 and how it can inform future farming policy as farmers are asked increasingly to focus on natural capital services alongside food production.