Urban and Rural Farms: Marrying Sustainability and Efficiency
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Alberta is a major agriculture producer, exporting more than half of what it produces. With that production comes GHG emissions – but where are they actually generated? As farmers continually adapt to emissions regulations, there are tradeoffs to be made between sustainability and efficiency. Are there lessons to be learned from small scale, organic and urban farms that can help Canadian producers as they navigate the approach they take on their farms?
Join The School of Public Policy for this discussion on the complex nature of the tradeoffs facing our ag industry.
- Margot Hurlbert, Canada Research Chair in Climate Change, Energy and Sustainability Policy, University of Regina
- Roland Kroebel, Research Scientist, Agriculture and Agrifood Canada
- Robert McDougall, Post-Doctoral Associate, School of Environmental and Rural Sciences, University of New England, Australia
- Nathan Pelletier, Egg Farmers of Canada Industrial Research Chair in Sustainability, UBC
- Kara Oosterhuis, Field Editor, RealAgriculture
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