What should we eat if we want to reduce levels of greenhouse gases that contribute to global warming?
How can supply networks for key commodities like food and minerals continue to function in the face of catastrophic natural events?
El Niño is driven by changes in the Pacific Ocean, and shifts around with its opposite, La Niña, every 2-7 years, in a cycle known as the El Niño Southern Oscillation or ENSO.
Why stop at country of origin? Consumers also have a right to information on the environmental impacts and ethical consequences of their food choices.
George Goyder established the margin between reliable and unreliable rainfall regions in South Australia 150 years ago. While current cropping systems have supported cropping north of the line, climate change could return the cropping margin back to this historic boundary.
You don’t need a crystal ball to know Australia’s rural industries will face significant change at global, national and local levels over the coming decades.