Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES), Media Release, 7 February 2023
Next month’s ABARES Outlook 2023 conference will bring together industry leaders, policymakers and experts to discuss the latest trends and challenges facing Australian agriculture.
Outlook 2023 will be held on 7-8 March at the National Convention Centre in Canberra, with this year’s theme ‘global uncertainty, local challenges’.
ABARES Executive Director Dr Jared Greenville said Outlook 2023 is a must-attend event for anyone with an interest in the future of our agricultural sector.
“Outlook provides expert insight for our producers, industry and government partners as they navigate these uncertain times and all the challenges and opportunities that come with it,” Dr Greenville said.
“We’ll have speakers from organisations including Innovate UK, CSIRO, National Farmers Federation, Ash Global Insights, Canon Institute for Global Studies, Farmers for Climate Action, Consolidated Pastoral Company, KPMG, Australian Food & Grocery Council, Commonwealth Bank, Austrade, Animal Health Australia, Teys Australia, MLA, Victorian Farmers Federation, Australian Export Grains Innovation Centre, Australian Seaweed Institute, the AWU as well as producers from around Australia.
“Discussions will delve into the impact of international and domestic emissions policy over the long term while ensuring agriculture remains competitive and sustainable.
“The conference will consider how producers have responded to previous labour shortages and what improved access to workers means going forward.
“Outlook offers attendees a terrific opportunity to network with peers and engage in thought-provoking conversation and analysis with industry leaders.”
For more information and to register, please visit www.agriculture.gov.au/abares/outlook.