Consumers are increasingly asking for it and Meat and Livestock Australia says it's achievable — carbon neutrality by 2030.
More than 80 per cent of Australians want the Government to take more action on climate change. That's 20 percentage points higher than in 2013.
The demand for carbon farming projects is growing in south-west Queensland with one Indigenous group looking to the initiative to regenerate the bush.
The Reserve Bank warns it will have to take the impact of climate change into account when setting interest rates, with Deputy Governor Guy Debelle saying few forces have a similar scale and systemic risk on the economy.
With the Government's Climate Solutions Fund having met a muted response in many quarters, agribusinesses that benefitted from its predecessor hope for some continuity.
After more than a decade on the drawing board, a farmer and an engineer say they have created a generator that runs off green waste, recycles its emissions, and costs virtually nothing.
When it comes to our emissions targets, it's not so much a case of alternative facts, as a case of ignore the facts or pretend they don't exist, writes Stephen Long.
The equivalent to the annual reduction in greenhouse gases from all of the country's solar panels combined could effectively be wiped out by a single oil and gas project's failure to capture any of its emissions for two years.
A NZ agricultural research company has bred a line of sheep which produce 10 per cent less greenhouse gas emissions.