The Climate Change Committee has been clear that carbon dioxide removal will be key to reaching net zero. The way we approach this will have significant implications for our society – including for farmers, who are fundamentally important in helping achieve our climate targets. The challenge for farmers in this very busy space is to understand enough about the different greenhouse gas removal mechanisms available to ensure that they make the right decisions for their farm. In this session, we’ll hear from a panel of experts about these carbon removal options, covering unbiased information about both the challenges and opportunities these present. We’ll also explore the wider policy context, and untangle the question of how these approaches can be reconciled with a transition to agroecology.