Around 200 farmers and agricultural leaders flocked to Orange in mid-September for our Managing the Risks and Rewards of Farming in a Changing Climate conference.

The conference featured presentations from academics and farmers, sharing the latest in climate science, legal and market implications, carbon accounting and more.


A number of the presentations given on the day were recorded, watch them online here or below.


Morning keynote

Richard Bull, Local Land Services, Growing, Protecting and Connecting within a Changing Climate


 A changing climate – risks and opportunities

Steven Crimp, Australian National University

Climate change, drought and regional wellbeing

Jacki Schirmer, University of Canberra


Monetising carbon in the landscape

Ben Keogh, Australian Carbon Traders


Carbon capture

Guy Webb, SoilCQuest 2031



John Angus, CSIRO, Carbon and greenhouse gases in Australian farming

Afternoon keynote

Richard Heath, Australian Farm Institute, Where to from here?
Innovation and Resilience Panel

Paul Ryan, Australian Resilience Centre, presentation to come

Jon Elder, ReAqua, Solar pumping at ‘Waverleigh’ Narromine

Dylan Gower, Clean Cowra, Biomass to energy project

Farming Systems Panel

Peter Ampt, University of Sydney, Grazing eco-innovators: how do we make them normal?

Lorraine Gordon, Regenerative Agriculture Alliance, Regenerative agriculture

Cathy Waters, NSW DPI, Integration of carbon farming and primary production

Joel Stibbard, BCT, Farming biodiversity for resilience in a changing climate

Economics, Trade and Finance Panel

Reiss McLeod, IDEEA Group, Natural capital accounting

Ryan Gale, MinterEllison, Environment-schmironment: Climate change risk through a commercial lens


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