FFA2021 brings together decision-makers from leading food and ag firms, influential investors, innovators and key players to discuss issues impacting sustainable food production.
The theme of this year’s conference is Development and the Environment; topical keynote speeches, presentations and workshops will feature government and industry experts, farmers and scientists, traditional owners and environmental activists.
This year’s expo theme is sustainable farming, with events and exhibits focused on producing food and fibre that’s healthier for consumers, the land and the planet.
These free webinars are backed by the government’s Entrepreneurs’ Programme, and feature industry experts from the Australian Institute for Packaging, Australian Packaging Covenant Organisation and Australian Food & Grocery Council.
The inaugural UN Food Systems Summit brings together leading voices from science, business, policy, healthcare, academia and the broader community to explore transformative solutions for global food systems and launch ‘bold new actions’ that deliver on the UN’s SDGs.
Dozens of recorded conference sessions exploring real-world solutions for food and beverage companies keen to take climate action, innovate sustainably and create resilient supply chains.
This free symposium, part of WSU’s Research Week, brings together government, industry and research to develop manufacturing strategies that solve issues stemming from COVID-19, environmental degradation and waste.
As climate change combines with COVID-19 to expose the fragility of food systems globally, this timely free webinar explores the role of technology and AI in helping to create sustainable, resilient future food systems.
Take time out to tune in to this well-worth-it podcast featuring Greater Sydney Commission’s Roderick Simpson and Roel Plant, Research Director of UTS’s Institute for Sustainable Futures – the first in a series on sustainable cities.
Regional Development Australia ACT has launched a series of webbites to ‘keep the conversation going around sustainable food cities’ between now and mid-November. The first in the series is an overview from CEO Michael Claessens.