Hear Australian COP 28 presenters in free webinar

Sheep Central, December 11, 2023

MLA CN30 project manager Julia Waite.

LIVESTOCK producers will this week get to interact with Australian livestock stakeholders who presented at the recent COP 28 summit in the United Arab Emirates city Dubai.

The COP 28 summit is a global gathering that discusses key issues around climate and environmental sustainability. A significant aspect of COP summits include industries showcasing their progress and activities in relation to reducing carbon emissions.

A small number of Australian livestock industry stakeholders attended COP 28 to tell the Australian red meat industry’s sustainability story, including progress against the CN30 (carbon neutral by 2030) goal.

CSIRO principal research scientist Stuart Denmab.

The stakeholders will share their insights from COP 28 and outline their presentations, in a free webinar this Friday, 15 December. Click here to register for the webinar.

The Australian stakeholders gave presentations that included climate solutions for sustainable livestock transformation, farmer-led adaptation and mitigation measures through improved global livestock sustainability and the role of livestock in meeting global climate, food security and nutrition goals.

Webinar speakers will include MLA CN30 project manager Julia Waite; MLA regional manager, Europe, Middle East and Africa, Scott Walker; CSIRO principal research scientist Stuart Denman, and AACo head of environment and sustainability Naomi Wilson.

MLA regional manager – Europe, Middle East and Africa, Scott Walker.

The webinar will run at the following times on Friday 15 December 15:

3pm-4pm (AEST)

4pm-5pm (AEDST)

1pm-2pm (AWST)


30pm-3.30pm (ACST).

30pm-3.30pm (ACST).

The webinar will be hosted by Australia’s Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry.


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  1. Malcolm Cock, December 12, 2023

    Our red meat industry needs to be continually doing and seen to be doing actions to improve our practices.

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