Pig and poultry farmers came out top in reducing GHGs from their farms, with 63% and 58% respectively saying they were taking action.
The best-performing regions in terms of taking action to reduce GHG emissions from the farm were East Midlands (61%) and Yorkshire & Humber (56%). The best-performing sectors were pigs (63%) and poultry (58%). The worst performing regions were East Anglia (33%) and the West Midlands (43%). The worst performing sectors were veg and potatoes (43%) and sheep (44%).
The most common actions to reduce GHG emissions that farmers cited were reducing fuel use/using more efficient machinery, using or producing alternative energy, energy efficiency, and reducing fertiliser/chemical usage.