YEN Zero

The industry commitment to reaching Net-Zero carbon emissions by 2040 will require substantial reductions in the greenhouse gas intensity of crop products, as well as increased storage of carbon in the farm system. The purpose of YEN Zero will be to understand the issues, agree common metrics, share ideas, see how they compare to peers and find ‘what works’.

We have recently been successful in receiving Innovate UK funding to develop ‘Dynamic Benchmarking’ for the YEN family, and to enable the benchmarking of crop greenhouse gas (GHG) intensities. The benchmarking of crop GHG intensities will enable fair and easy comparison of emissions between farms, fields and crops. From there, we will be able to see what mitigation methods work best and explore these methods further to see if the benefits can be replicated for others.

We are looking to launch YEN-Zero as a network of organisations and individuals interested in calculating, comparing, understanding and improving their carbon footprints.

We've published an article exploring the GHG costs and opportunities from cropping here, supported by The Morley Agricultural Foundation.

Contact us to learn more or sign up to stay informed about the new network.



Introducing YEN Zero - tackling the carbon costs of cropping

AUTHOR: Daniel Kindred -

Recent success with Innovate UK funding is enabling ADAS to develop functionalities for the YEN Family and to initiate a new network focussing on reducing the carbon costs of cropping, called YEN-… more