Greenhouse Gases – Plant-based ImpactPosted by Grace Wilson-Smith on
Whilst the climate impact created by the meat industry is well-known, the amount of greenhouse gas produced from food-based agriculture often flies under the radar. 29% of the greenhouse gas emissions that stem from food production come from plant-based foods for human consumption. The most significant impact stems from rice...
Food Waste: Why we need to think differentlyPosted by Brylee Clelland on
Some of the team recently attended a Food Agribusiness Network event where we heard from Mark Barthel of Stop Food Waste Australia. Mark shared his insights on fighting food waste. It is a topic close to our hearts and ripe with innovation opportunities. There are some great podcasts that are...
Collaboration in Central Queensland: Building a Sustainable and Resilient FuturePosted by Brylee Clelland on
Stage 1 of the Food and Fibre Plus Project has officially been completed – and what a journey it has been!
Food and Fibre Plus aimed to bring together Central Queensland (CQ) producers, businesses, government, community and key stakeholders to enhance business resilience and sustainability