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.
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.
Development of a digital platform that will allow Australian farmers, fishers and foresters (growers) to calculate their enterprise’s carbon footprint across multiple commodities is underway.
Understanding what commodities will grow well in any given location of Australia in the future is among the potential benefits of a new initiative led by Agricultural Innovation Australia Ltd (AIA).
Australian agriculture now has a common framework for greenhouse gas (GHG) accounting, helping support sector-level baselines, reporting and communication of a united Australian narrative around emissions.
A ground-breaking cross-sectoral initiative is underway to develop a solution that enables Australian farmers, fishers and foresters to understand their enterprise’s carbon footprint and make better informed decisions to reduce emissions and capture new opportunities.
Australia’s agricultural sector will be able to better understand and manage short-term climate risks as well as build long-term resilience, thanks to a $19 million investment through Agricultural Innovation Australia Ltd (AIA).
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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