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Together, we’re creating plausible pathways, and practical, open science, to achieve Net Zero through the Agrifood system by 2050.

Together, we are UKRI AgriFood4NetZero Network+
Bringing together key research leaders and stakeholders, their organisations and networks, our mission is to shape the next decade of research to support and drive the agrifood system’s progress towards Net Zero. As a Network, we’re taking a co-development approach to engage scientists and stakeholders to progress and prioritise UKRI and other research. We’ve assembled – and continue to strengthen – a formidable team that combines systems-level expertise with comprehensive coverage of all key specialisms. 

​Our reach, like our expertise and coverage, is broad and deep. Stakeholders extend across government departments, devolved administrations and their agencies, NGOs, innovation bodies, the agrifood industry, and farming and fishery groups across the UK. 

We want you to join us. To play your vital part, by adding your voice, your specialist expertise.

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