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Robin Traquair Reflects on His First Year in Office

This time last year I decided that I would run for the position of NFU Scotland Vice President. Over the years I had been very involved in SAYFC and at both branch and regional level of NFUS. I have always enjoyed the discussion of Agri politics – it never stops.

23/12/2021

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Andrew Connon Reflects on His First Year in Office

I am grateful to the members and branches that voted me in to the role of NFU Scotland Vice President on the 12 February at the Union’s first ever online AGM!

22/12/2021

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What Next for AHDB?

After a torrid 2021, what will 2022 look like for AHDB and for you, the levy payer?

20/12/2021

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Reflections on #COP26 – Whole food chain must take responsibility

In the last of a series of COP26 blogs, President Martin Kennedy discusses the need for the whole food chain – from retailer back to the farmgate – to take responsibility for tackling emission reductions rather than farmers being left to carry the can. He writes:

18/11/2021

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Reflections on #COP26 – Americans in town seeking carbon credits

With the eyes of the world focused on Glasgow over the past two weeks, NFU Scotland President Martin Kennedy reflects on COP26 and his participation at the event and global efforts to tackle climate change.

17/11/2021

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Reflections on #COP26 – view from across the pond

With the eyes of the world focused on Glasgow over the past two weeks, NFU Scotland President Martin Kennedy reflects on COP26 and his participation at the event and global efforts to tackle climate change.

16/11/2021

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Reflections on #COP26 – food security climbs the agenda

With the eyes of the world focused on Glasgow over the past two weeks, NFU Scotland President Martin Kennedy reflects on COP26 and his participation at the event and global efforts to tackle climate change.

15/11/2021

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Scottish Arable Farmers Delivering Sustainability

Scotland is in a great position to deliver sustainable farming for the future according to Berwickshire arable farmer Neil White and he calls on decision-makers to ‘let us grow!.”

10/11/2021

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Young Farmers and NFUS Next Generation Committee letter to Cabinet Secretary, Mairi Gougeon

As Glasgow plays host to the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26), Young Farmers and NFUS Next Generation Committee have written to Cabinet Secretary, Mairi Gougeon, to highlight the valuable role our industry has to play in mitigating the twin crises of climate change and biodiversity.

05/11/2021

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NFU Scotland comment on COP26 Methane reduction target

At COP26 in Glasgow it was announced that more than one hundred countries have signed up to a global methane pledge, agreeing to cut emissions by 30% by the end of the decade.

03/11/2021

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