CLA CYMRU ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2021 - Rural Wales an excellent climate for green growth

As the United Nations Climate Change Conference "COP26" comes to a close, the CLA is hosting a major event for Wales, examining the outputs of this landmark international conference and the implications for rural landowners and businesses, and how they can respond to the challenges and opportunities.

Keynote speaker at the event will be the Welsh Government Minister for Climate Change, Julie James MS.  Other speakers will focus on the role of forestry (Dai Jones, BSc Hons MICFor HW Forestry), research on carbon management at a major Welsh farm enterprise (Mared Williams, Rhug Estate), and the expectations and commitment of the next generation (Caryl Jones, WYFC) . A panel discussion (with Andy Middleton, TYF) will provide opportunities to raise points and questions. This event will be of particular interest to stakeholders not only focused on the climate change portfolio, but the wider economy, rural affairs and Wales’ place in the wider UK and international community.

Ahead of this event, we had the opportunity to meet the Minister. You can read our blog:
"We can do business with the Climate Change Minister," 


Don’t miss the opportunity to reserve your place now FOR THIS FREE EVENT, and help shape the future before it happens!

Click here - Agenda  BIOGRAPHIES.docx

Registration prior to event is essential - IF YOU ARE NOT A CLA MEMBER PLEASE CONTACT to register your interest and confirm your place.

Please confirm any dietary requirements to in advance of the day. There is ample FREE parking at the venue.

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Event Details

Wednesday 17 November 2021
10:30AM - 2:15PM
Future Inns, Hemingway Road, CF10 4AU
Event is FOC - registration prior to event is necessary. There is ample FREE parking at the venue.