Western Australia is a big state. We have many different kinds of environments, with many kinds of food and fibre produced by many people for many markets all over the world.

When it comes to working towards net zero emissions (aka carbon neutrality) while remaining profitable and productive, there are no silver bullets.

Individuals, businesses and organisations are taking steps towards net zero emissions, in ways that make sense for them.

Here are some of their stories.

Australian Agribusiness Group Investment Management

Net-zero emissions farms by 2025

Gnowangerup farmer Wayne Pech and his bike

Wayne and Jody Pech

North Stirlings, Gnowangerup

Simon Wallwork and Cindy Stevens

Corrigin, Western Australia

Low GHG commodities – Canola

Low GHG commodities – Canola

with Dylan Hirsch

Views

When it comes to climate, food and fibre production, people, markets, change, nature, our place in the bigger picture, there is a lot to learn and a lot going on. There are also more questions than answers, and plenty of views. We’ll be sharing some here to spark some conversations.

Alex Gardner

View: Farmers are owed duty of care

By Alex Gardner

We would welcome more story contributions and views from anyone connected to our sector, so please get in touch if you want to share yours.

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