A Just Transition in Agriculture Podcasts
Cover crops at Wexcombe Manor Farm Photo: Event Amplifier

A Just Transition in Agriculture Podcasts

A Just Transition in Agriculture podcasts - four part series

A mini-podcast series produced by Benjamin Lorch of the Berlin School of Podcasting with Anne Chapman.

These podcasts explore some of the issues discussed in our report, A Just Transition in Agriculture and use some of the audio from the videos of interviews with George Hosier and Bill and Cath Grayson.

This podcast series is available to podcasters to re-podcast at no cost under a creative commons license.

PART ONE
Behind the Plough - Farming before World War II & the changes that followed
25:10 min:sec

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PART ONE Behind the Plough - Farming before World War II and the changes that followed
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PART TWO
Ill Fares the Land - Industrialized farming & the chemical arsenal
17:41 min:sec

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PART TWO Ill Fares the Land - Industrialized farming and the chemical arsenal
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PART THREE
George Hosier - Regenerative farmer
15:46 min:sec

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PART THREE George Hosier - Regenerative farmer
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PART FOUR
Bill & Cath Grayson - Farming for nature
16:44 min:sec

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PART FOUR Bill and Cath Grayson - Farming for nature
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Produced by the Green European Foundation as part of the project, A European Just Transition for a Better World, with the support of Green House Think Tank and the financial report of the European Parliament to the Green European Foundation.

A Just Transition in Agriculture
The agriculture industry has transformed in the last 70 years. Agriculture needs a just transition as much as coal mining communities do, but whereas there is no future for coal mines in a zero-carbon world, there has to be a future for agriculture.