Sustainable agriculture is increasingly becoming a business priority for the global food and beverage industry. There is an emerging need for all participants ‘across the food supply chain’ to come together in a practical way to share thinking around forefront challenges impacting global food production and to fully understand the solutions and gaps. This is especially the case in Australia, where natural resources sustaining agriculture are at threat more than ever.
This is the reason why SAI Platform Australia convened the first global conference on sustainable agriculture on March 17-18, in Canberra. The conference provides a unique opportunity for farmers, buyers, food manufacturers, policy makers, retailers, academics, investors and researchers from around the world to canvass agricultural sustainability issues along the dimensions of ‘People, Profit, Planet’. It encourages ideas amongst delegates and seek to improve agricultural sustainability practices. ABC Landline Reporter, Tim Lee is facilitating discussion and debate.
Click here to learn more about SAI Platform Australia and the conference itself.