The Climate and Carbon in Agriculture 2020 Conference program is now complete with over 70 speakers to take part.
The two-day conference, to be held at Adelaide Convention Centre on 31 March to 1 April, features expert speakers at the forefront of thinking around carbon and climate in agriculture. Speakers include climate experts and forward thinking producers who will outline, from a grass roots level, how they’ve managed to keep their farming and business practices at the cutting edge to adapt to climate risk.
The speaker program provides the opportunity for discussion on the challenge of managing for a variable climate, which has been recently been amply illustrated by bushfires and extreme weather in Australia. In light of these recent conditions, CRSPI has moved to reduce registration costs for farmers attending the conference to $440.
Anyone with an interest in how agriculture will survive, and thrive, in a changing climate are encouraged to attend the Conference and take advantage of the discounted rate.