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[Recording] Maximising Ecosystem Opportunities to fit your business: Carbon 

23-11-2022 16:00

What do resilient agricultural investments look like? As economies transition towards lower emissions, new carbon neutrality and emission-efficient technologies are presenting economic, environmental and social market opportunities to Australian producers.

In this webinar, Landcare Farming brought together five experts to advise on ‘carbon literacy’ for producers and the role of carbon sequestration solutions in reaching decarbonization targets, alongside the opportunities that will unfold for Australia’s agricultural industry in the coming years.

What will you learn:

  • Expand your primary producer understanding of vegetation and soil carbon
  • Gain a deeper understanding of the factors driving changes in soil carbon
  • Learn critical information on the productivity benefits of both vegetation + soil carbon
  • Better understand the risks and opportunities offered by the Emissions Reduction Fund (ERF) scheme, administered by the Clean Energy Regulator (CER)
  • Plus so much more!

The 'Maximising Ecosystem Opportunities to fit your business: Carbon' webinar was hosted on the 1st of December 2022; here you are able to watch the recording.

Jeanette Long, Co-Director of Ag Consulting


🌱 Prof Richard Eckard – Professor and Director of the Primary Industries Climate Challenges Centre

🌱 Dr Warwick Badgery – Rangelands and Tropical Pastures Leader at the NSW Department of Primary Industries

🌱 Dr Stephen Wiedemann – Managing Director at Integrity Ag & Environment Pty Ltd

🌱 Dr Hayley McMillan – Senior Scientist at the Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries

🌱 Melinee Leather – Beef Producer, Owner & Manager of Leather Cattle Co.


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01-12-2022 14:52

Warwick, came in late but question is, are claims often made by high intensity, longer rest grazing systems exaggerated 
Eg Mia grazing, carbon link/ rcs etc . from what I heard, probably yes. It seems to me that managing GC by any system is more important than the sysyem itself
Gordon Williams   would appreciate a reply if possible. Thank you.

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