Zero Pollution Farms with Biogas – EU Green Week Partner Event

You can now download the PowerPoint presentation of the event here


Although significant improvements were already achieved in the last 30 years, farmers are expected to do more to make Europe the first carbon neutral continent by 2050. By 2030, the European Union’s emissions should be cut by 40% (30% in non-ETS sectors like agriculture), and the share of renewable energy should be at least 32%. Sources of greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture such as enteric fermentation and manure management require integrated solutions.

The goal of net-zero greenhouse gas emissions cannot be achieved simply by cutting them. It requires a broader perspective that promotes actions to protect biodiversity of ecosystems, reduce pollution in natural environment and enhance circularity of materials.

This webinar will explore the positive impact of biogas for farmers. Combining agricultural activities with renewable energy production through biogas has a threefold extra benefit: it reduces methane emissions, it reduces nutrient pollution, and it enhances organic farming. 

This event is held in the framework of the EU Green Week and is open to all audiences, including:

  • Biomass producers.
  • EU, national, regional, or local policymakers working on the agricultural sector.
  • EU organisations advocating for resource-efficient and sustainable agriculture and rural economies.
  • NGOs promoting agroecological farming.
  • EU farmers and agricultural landowners. 

Register for free via this link


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