Thursday, September 21, 2023



Sometimes it helps to listen! Susi Tegen on Brainstorm

National Rural Health Alliance Chief Executive Susi Tegen said mental health in women is 'an enormous issue in rural and remote Australia' and called for action to improve rural healthcare accessibility. Ms Tegan was a guest on the first episode of Brainstorm, the new mental health podcast hosted by Guy Rowlison and produced by Plus Communications.

Rethinking methane: renowned scientist Professor Frank Mitloehner on GWP*, GWP 100 and climate neutrality

Prof Mitloehner's presentation covers a range of issues relating to methane and carbon dioxide in terms of global warming, climate neutrality, GWP100, GWP*, implications for the livestock sector and action to reduce global methane emissions.

Soil carbon markets: science or snake oil? Matthew Harrison, Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture

Matthew Harrison's presentation covers a range of issues relating to soil carbon markets, from changes in soil carbon over time to whether we should rethink soil carbon markets, beginning with the key question: why all the hype about soil carbon?

NIRS: Ranger Day

National Indigenous Radio Service (NIRS). World Ranger Day was commemorated on Sunday the 31st of July – a day to acknowledge the work rangers do to protect our planet’s natural treasures and cultural heritage ... Meriam man and Senior Ranger Aaron Bon spoke to NIRS News, and said the training helped rangers identify, rescue, and treat wildlife impacted by oil spills.

Webinar replay: Meet Carbon Count – carbon farming made easy, fast and profitable

Our end–to–end carbon farming project management software is growing in capabilities and global reach! View the webinar recording.

Carbon, cash, cattle and the climate crisis: UTas

An invited presentation by Associate Professor Matthew Harrison from the University of Tasmania presents a summary of recent research in climate change adaptation and greenhouse gas emissions mitigation for the agriculture sector. Questions are welcome.

Mulloon Institute – Tony Coote AM Memorial Lecture 2022

The Mulloon Institute's annual Tony Coote AM Memorial Lecture was held at the NSW Parliament House in Sydney on 23 March 2022. The lecture was presented by the Hon Shane L Stone AC QC, the inaugural Coordinator-General of the National Recovery and Resilience Agency.

Koalas: How threatened? Threatened how?

The Australian Rural & Regional News webinar held on 21 April 2022 is now available for public viewing.

Behemoth’s beautiful beach adventure

Racing SA caught up with David Jolly Racing's stable star, Behemoth, at stunning Goolwa beach.

Conversation with Sanjeev

In a wide-ranging, exclusive conversation with Whyalla Mayor Clare McLaughlin, GFG Alliance Executive Chairman Sanjeev Gupta has reiterated his passion for Whyalla; his green steel and hydrogen plans; and thanked the community and employees for their hard work and persistence.

Anika Molesworth talks about Our Sunburnt Country

An inspiring breed: climate advocate and farmer.

Wallabies arrive in North Queensland ahead of first test in Townsville

Wallabies assistant coach Dan McKellar has spoken from Townsville. The side were given an official welcome to country upon arrival in Townsville this afternoon ahead of their eToro Rugby Championship Test against Argentina on Saturday night. McKellar grew up in North Queensland and went to school in Townsville.

Voices of Martuwarra – Illiam Nargoodah

Illiam is a young Walmajarri Custodian. He describes the familial connection and spiritual sacredness of Martuwarra.

Gurra Downs Date Company

"Out of every adversity lays the seed of equal or greater opportunity" ... "if you've got a passion for farming, grazing, cropping or whatever it is, just keep looking through your genetics and the way that you manage your farms and your businesses and your environments" : Dave Reilly

Meet The Lord Howe Island Signal

Earlier this year, I paddled over to Lord Howe and found out the story of the mighty Signal from Stephen Sia, the Editor and owner of this beautiful island's independent newspaper.

Meet Jesse Scott, GrainCorp’s Chief Innovation and Growth Officer

Jesse Scott, Chief Innovation and Growth Officer for GrainCorp, speaks with Fiona Fox from Australian Rural & Regional News about his background, his role at GrainCorp, GrainCorp's core businesses and some of its newer projects, including with FutureFeed and the Asparagopsis (red seaweed) industry, alternative protein and smart agriculture.

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