We recently released How can Australia’s agriculture sector realise opportunity in a low emissions future?
But what does the report’s finding actually mean for farmers? What does the pathway to low emissions agriculture look like on-farm?
Join us to hear from Miguel E Castillo, Ernst & Young, and Professor Andrew Macintosh, Australian National University, as we get into what the future may look like for agriculture in a low emissions world.
Miguel is a lead author of our latest report from Ernst & Young, How can Australia’s agriculture sector realise opportunity in a low emissions future?
Miguel is passionate about working with organisations seeking to create positive impacts on the environment and the community through strategies, initiatives and programs. He has nine years’ experience in consultancy on climate change and outcomes management with a focus on decarbonisation and natural capital. Over the last six years, Miguel has worked on projects for a wide range of industry sectors, including mining, transport, energy, finance, agriculture and tourism.
Professor Andrew Macintosh is an environmental law and policy expert at The Australian National University (ANU). He is one of Australia’s preeminent experts on climate change mitigation and adaptation, particularly in relation to the land and forest sectors and the management of the elevated risks of bushfires and coastal hazards associated with climate change.
His research is widely published in respected international journals including Nature Climate Change, Global Change Biology, Climatic Change and the Journal of Environmental Law. In 2012, Professor Macintosh was awarded the Schlamadinger Prize for Climate Change Research.
Professor Macintosh is currently the Director of Research at the ANU Law School. His previous roles include being the Chair of the Domestic Offsets Integrity Committee, an Associate Member of the Climate Change Authority, a member of the Emissions Reduction Fund Expert Reference Group and a director of the Port of Newcastle.
Professor Macintosh is leading the research of the federal government’s Carbon + Biodiversity Pilot.