Ruth Edwards MP

Ruth Edwards MP


Ruth Edwards is MP for Rushcliffe and a member of the CEN Parliamentary Caucus. She served on the Environment Bill Committee and now sits on the Home Affairs Select Committee. Since becoming an MP, Ruth has been a leading advocate for nature in Parliament, including calling for the new due diligence obligation in the Environment Act to tackle illegal deforestation and an ambitious Global Ocean Treaty.

What Can Policy Makers Do To Support Regenerative Farming?

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The principles of regenerative agriculture sit at the heart of the government’s new Sustainable Farming Incentive. This will support farmers to improve soil health through actions such as cover cropping. The ambition is to help farmers reduce their use of expensive artificial fertilisers and reward the delivery of public goods such as carbon sequestration and […]