Bringing people, ideas and investment together

A collaborative approach to agricultural innovation

Climate Atlas
Climate Atlas
Environmental Accounting Platform
Environmental Accounting Platform
Common Approach to GHG Accounting
Common Approach to GHG Accounting
Regenerative Agriculture
Regenerative Agriculture
Agri -Climate Outlooks
Agri -Climate Outlooks
Climate Atlas
Climate Atlas
Environmental Accounting Platform
Environmental Accounting Platform
Common Approach to GHG Accounting
Common Approach to GHG Accounting
Regenerative Agriculture
Regenerative Agriculture
Agri -Climate Outlooks
Agri -Climate Outlooks
Climate Atlas
Climate Atlas
Environmental Accounting Platform
Environmental Accounting Platform
Common Approach to GHG Accounting
Common Approach to GHG Accounting
Regenerative Agriculture
Regenerative Agriculture
Agri -Climate Outlooks
Agri -Climate Outlooks
Climate Atlas
Climate Atlas
Environmental Accounting Platform
Environmental Accounting Platform
Common Approach to GHG Accounting
Common Approach to GHG Accounting
Regenerative Agriculture
Regenerative Agriculture
Agri -Climate Outlooks
Agri -Climate Outlooks

$21m+

Invested

5

Initiatives underway

$70m+

Potential industry benefit

Latest News

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Beta launch of Australia’s first cross-sectoral carbon accounting engine

Today marks the beta launch of a definitive online carbon calculation engine for Australia’s agriculture, fisheries and forestry sectors, known as the Agricultural Innovation Australia (AIA) Environmental Accounting Platform (EAP).

Prof Richard Eckard

Expert panel to guide first of its kind environmental accounting platform

Marking a significant step forward in the delivery of its groundbreaking, cross-sector environmental accounting platform, AIA has today announced the establishment of a specialist Technical Advisory Panel to support the integrity and compliance of the platform.

SpakLabs Cultiv8

Partnership to enhance agricultural innovation and collaboration

Agricultural Innovation Australia (AIA) and SparkLabs Cultiv8/Cultiv8 Funds Management (Cultiv8) have entered into a strategic partnership to support collaboration and innovation across Australian agriculture.

AIA's Founding Members

AgriFutures
GRDC
Forest and Wood Products Australia
CRDC
FRDC
MLA
Australian Eggs
Australian Pork
LiveCorp
Australian Meat Processor Corporation
Sugar Research Australia
Wine Australia
Dairy Australia
Hort Innovation
Australian Wool Innovation Limited
AgriFutures
GRDC
Forest and Wood Products Australia
CRDC
FRDC
MLA
Australian Eggs
Australian Pork
LiveCorp
Australian Meat Processor Corporation
Sugar Research Australia
Wine Australia
Dairy Australia
Hort Innovation
Australian Wool Innovation Limited

Featured Initiatives

Environmental Accounting Platform

AIA is developing an environmental accounting platform for Australian agriculture, fisheries and forestry, with the first stage underway to deliver a cross-sectoral carbon footprint solution.

Regenerative Agriculture

In collaboration with SAI Platform Australia, AIA is exploring regenerative agriculture and the potential opportunities for cross-sectoral investment.

Climate Atlas

Climate change poses a significant threat to Australian agricultural businesses and communities. AIA's Climate Atlas will support strategic economic, infrastructure and planning decisions and help ensure we have resilient supply chains into the future.

Agri -Climate Outlooks

Australia’s agricultural sector is able to better understand and manage short-term climate risks as well as build long-term resilience, thanks to a $19 million investment through AIA.

Common Approach to GHG Accounting

AIA and CSIRO have developed a common framework for GHG accounting for Australian agriculture, which supports sector-level baselines, reporting and communication of a united narrative around emissions.

Transforming agricultural innovation

AIA's Strategic Plan outlines how it will drive cross‑sectoral collaboration and leverage public and private sector investment to target transformational innovation for Australian agriculture, fisheries and forestry.

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How We Assess

Learn more about our criteria for assessing projects

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Cross-sectoral

Our initiatives must be cross-sectoral in nature and scalable across agriculture, fisheries and forestry.

2

Problem definition

We start by understanding the problem to be solved, who it is a problem for, and why?

3

Catalytic

AIA initiatives must be attractive to investors. We assess ideas on their potential to catalyse additional investment from the public or private sector.

4

Transformational

We aim to deliver transformational versus incremental impact, through initiatives that are of national significance for Australian agriculture, fisheries and forestry.

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