In 2019, the agriculture sector was responsible for 15% of Australia’s carbon emissions. But how do you take action in a sector where most emissions come from animals like cows and sheep?

It’s also a sector which is vulnerable to climate change. Changes in rainfall patterns, threats of heatwaves and bushfires, all threaten the livelihoods of farmers.

Join Kat Clay, Head of Digital Communications, discussing the third report in Grattan’s series on how Australia can reach net zero, with Tony Wood, Energy and Climate Change Program Director, and James Ha, Associate.

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Kat Clay

Head of Digital Communications
Kat Clay is the Head of Digital Communications at Grattan Institute. She has more than a decade of experience in digital content and creative services across the non-profit and government sectors.

Tony Wood

Energy and Climate Change Program Director
Tony has been Director of the Energy Program since 2011 after 14 years working at Origin Energy in senior executive roles. From 2009 to 2014 he was also Program Director of Clean Energy Projects at the Clinton Foundation, advising governments in the Asia-Pacific region on effective deployment of large-scale, low-emission energy technologies.

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