Farmers in the UK are looking into how leaving the EU’s legislation would improve sustainable food and farming in the UK, or whether Brexit could only worsen the situation.

Policy officer Sam Packer mentions: “The British government is seeing agriculture as an opportunity to tell a good story about Brexit. And this happy tale, like everything else to do with Brexit, is still up in the air.”

On the side of sustainability, the National Farmers’ Union of England and Wales has teamed up with Greener UK to make sure that Brexit works for farming and the environment.

In the fuzz of this environmental and political insecurity, CSE will be back to London to present the Advanced Certified Sustainability Practitioner Program this December 06-07, 2018. Planning and thinking ahead in order to maintain a climate and sustainability plan is on CSE’s agenda along with Sustainability, Supply Chain, Corporate Responsibility and Corporate Communications.

A local farmer, Humphrey Lloyd says: “The history of political change is the history of hopeful people doing what they can. We need to hope, we need to work hard and we need to believe.”

These challenges demand everyone’s attention. The UK requires all the expertise it can have through its trained sustainability practitioners. The next CSE Certified Sustainability (CSR) Practitioner Program (Advanced Edition 2018) will be in London, UK December 06-07, 2018. For more information, visit www.cse-net.org or email sustainability@cse-net.org.

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