March 30, 2022 from 7:30pm (AEDT)



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Verity Morgan-Schmidt
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“By 2050 we assume that the general expectation from consumers will be that most farm products sold will be carbon neutral….”
Kingwell, 2021 –
Making Agriculture Carbon Neutral Amid a Changing Climate: the case of South-Western Australia 


The global market is changing. Increasingly, global agri-food companies are committing to net zero targets with the broadening expectation that over the next 30 years, carbon neutrality will just be part of running a farming business. 

But have you ever wondered where you currently stand?   Join Dr Natalie Doran-Browne and the National Fellows Network on Wed 30th March at 7:30pm AEDT  for a deep dive into the carbon accounting tools currently available to help Australian farmers assess their current carbon footprints. 

Register now.

Guest Speaker

Dr Natalie Doran-Browne

An Agricultural Research Scientist, Dr Doran-Browne is one of Australia’s leading experts in greenhouse gas emissions and the carbon balance of farms, and along with the team at PICCC has led the way in analysing the carbon footprints of pioneering carbon neutral farmers.


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