Competing or collaborating? Synergies between renewable energy and agriculture for accelerating Net Zero

From how and why land is used to the availability of government subsidies for green industrial development, renewable energy infrastructure and sustainable agriculture have often been cast as uncomfortable – if not outright competing – fellows on the path to Net Zero. But with an increasing overlap in decarbonisation activity, what are the shared objectives for agriculture, renewable and green industry and what are the most compelling models for cross-sector collaboration? What are the opportunities and challenges to scaling up renewables in agriculture? How can land-use be complimentary between renewables, crop cultivation, and water usage? This panel explores the synergies between renewable energy, agriculture, and wider green industrial development and makes suggestions for greater collaboration.

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