Agricultural greenhouse gas mitigation in New Zealand will be under the spotlight at a conference in April.
The New Zealand Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Mitigation conference will take place on Tuesday 28 April in Palmerston North.
Organisers say the conference, an open public event, will be a good opportunity for farmers and representatives from business, industry organisations, the science community and New Zealand government bodies to come together.
Key scientists and policy makers will present the current state of affairs on agricultural greenhouse gas emissions mitigation and how these may collectively lead to on-farm solutions for the future.
Attendance is free, but delegates must register to attend the conference.