Australian farmers are on the frontlines of climate change, with more frequent and extreme weather events. Floods, fires, heat waves and droughts are becoming par for the course.
Around the country, more and more farmers are seeing the changes and, with more to come, many people are trying to adapt.
Community expectations, public policies, technology, and world markets are changing too, with the pressure on agriculture to reduce its carbon footprint while becoming more competitive.
The tips and strategies here should help you:
- Get a better handle on the on-farm sources and sinks of carbon emissions
- Take stock of what you’re already doing and look for opportunities to do better
- Develop climate-smart agriculture strategies that match your needs, values and goals
- Find more detailed information and support