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Carbon farming: fighting New Zealand’s agricultural emissions | FT Food Revolution

  • Carbon farming: fighting New Zealand’s agricultural emissions | FT Food Revolution


    Agriculture accounts for almost half of greenhouse gas emissions in New Zealand. It’s one reason the government is encouraging farmers to grow trees for carbon credits, which can then be sold, mainly to large companies looking to offset their emissions. Juliet Speedy meets a couple of New Zealand’s carbon farmers and explores exactly how the scheme works.

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  • Understanding Carbon Farming


    In this video, I'll show you some information about Carbon Farming and how it can reduce agriculture's impact on the environment.

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  • Carbon Farming


    If you haven’t noticed, there is a tremendous amount of buzz going around about environment, climate change, and carbon. For years, those who oppose modern Agriculture have latched onto environmental issues as an argument against our industry. But what if Agriculture is the solution — or at least part of the solution — to all that ails the environment? And what if improving the environment also improved our farms and earned us a bonus check? Iowa farmer and carbon seller, Kelly Garrett of Garrett Land & Cattle Company joins me to discuss the carbon trade and how he’s making money to sequester carbon while improving his acres.

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  • Indigo Ag - Soil Carbon Markets


    Learn about the developing soil carbon markets. Will be a part of your farm's future?

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  • Climate 101: Deforestation | National Geographic


    Forests cover about 30% of the planet, but deforestation is clearing these essential habitats on a massive scale. What is deforestation? Find out the causes, effects, and solutions to deforestation.
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  • Ag Matters: Soil carbon


    Professor Louis Schipper of Waikato University explains what soil carbon is, why it matters, and why it’s currently difficult for New Zealand farmers and growers to verifiably increase their soil carbon stocks.

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  • Causes and Effects of Climate Change | National Geographic


    What causes climate change (also known as global warming)? And what are the effects of climate change? Learn the human impact and consequences of climate change for the environment, and our lives.
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  • What can we learn from the COVID-19 pandemic? A look at global CO2 emissions


    What can we learn from the COVID-19 pandemic? A look at global CO2 emissions

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  • Hill Country Farming in 2040: A panel discussion at the FarmSmart Conference 2018


    What will hill country farming in New Zealand look like in 2040? How will farmers respond to demands placed upon them by consumers, environmental and animal welfare regulations and the general public? Guy Salmon. Environmentalist and Executive Director of Ecologic, Robyn Dynes, AgResearch Science Impact Leader, Farm Systems and Environment, Chris Chamberlain, Banks Peninsula farmer, and Rich McDowell, principal scientist for AgResearch’s Invermay Environment Group will discuss what they see as the challenges and opportunities for this country’s hill country farming systems. Panel Discussion facilitated by Richard Green, agribusiness thought-leader and professional Director.

  • Exploring New Zealands Wild West Coast | Punakaiki Pancake Rocks | Reveal NZ Ep.16


    Reveal New Zealand Ep 16 and it's a busy one in the South Island! On the West Coast is the Punakaiki Pancake Rocks, incredible black sand beaches, a seal colony and a tiny home in Tauranga Bay! We can't believe...⬇ More Below ⬇ See the tiny home here — 

    Welcome back to the South Island of New Zealand! We're on the wild West Coast, well known for it's black sand beaches and rugged coast line. After sharing out cool little tiny house in Tauranga Bay (which you can see more of here ( ) we're out to the seal colony at Cape Foulwind and on the way to the Punakaiki Pancake Rocks.

    The Punakaiki Pancake Rocks are a crazy phenomenon believed to have occurred over the past 30 million years. They're one of those stock standard must-do things along the West Coast of New Zealand that has been repeated to us more than once (ok, 20+ times) so we didn't really have the highest expectations. The fact they'd be along an amazing black sand beach was a given, but having low expectations was maybe a good thing because they were awesome and the setup there was really well done.

    Wrapping the day up at Hokitika, the weather put some spoils on the evening plans, but even that couldn't stop us taking a walk in the rain to see the black sand beach there as well.

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  • First Impressions of the North Island - Epic New Zealand Road Trip


    We finally reached the North Island of New Zealand and are already off to a great start. After a lovely day in Wellington, we hit the road to explore Cape Palliser, the Putangirua Pinnacles and some nice waterfalls. With so much to see on the North Island, we have packed several stops into our first few days here.

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  • Agricultural emissions, current NZ policy and opportunities for carbon farming | Anita Wreford


    Speaker: Anita Wreford, AERU, Lincoln University

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  • Trawling for a sustainable future with smarter nets | FT Food Revolution


    Commonly used bottom-trawling commercial nets can wreck the sea floor and waste huge amounts of unwanted or undersized fish, caught alongside target species. Now French researchers are pioneering smart, AI nets with cameras, able to identify, sort, and separate a catch before it’s landed. Other nets can even attract or repel different species with different coloured netting and lights.

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  • How technology is helping cows capture carbon | FT Food Revolution


    Cows get a lot of blame for climate change, but a new virtual fencing system is enabling cattle to be a part of the solution. Powered by communications technology and machine learning, the Vence livestock management system is helping cattle ranchers implement rotational grazing practices that can sequester carbon and improve soil quality.

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  • Trailer - Incentivising Carbon Farming


    A movie about carbon farming. Creating a new link with the farming sector.

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  • New Zealands Agricultural policy without subsidies - impact on farmers, innovation and change


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    0:34 Subsidy-free agriculture
    1:50 Result-oriented policy dialogue
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    New Zealand's agricultural policy differs significantly from European policy. This video shows how the absence of subsidies and a result-oriented policy dialogue supports change and innovation in New Zealand’s agriculture. It also addresses challenges like low farmers confidence due to succession and inability to sell the farm, uncertainties about environmental policy goals, or negative media coverage. Another challenge is the organisation of advice and knowledge transfer which mainly structured around the different sectors. With statements by: Heather Collins, Facilitator and rural social scientist Bruce Thorrold, strategy and investment leader at DairyNZ Mike Collins, Viticulturist at Nautilus Estate of Marlborough

  • What’s the real carbon footprint of your food? | FT Food Revolution


    If you’re living in the UK, surely an apple imported from NZ has a bigger carbon footprint than one grown at home? Not necessarily, because factors at every stage of a food’s life cycle contribute to its overall carbon footprint, not just transport. Now, thanks to technology, measuring a food’s total carbon emissions is becoming easier, and carbon labeling is gathering momentum.

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  • Carbon Farming A Climate Change Solution


    The Carbon Farm is a community project focused on exploring ways and means to sequester carbon dioxide from the atmosphere back into our soils. It works in collaboration with twenty-two farmers from Central NSW to SE Queensland and intends to showcase on a small scale what the collaborators are doing on a large scale to sequester carbon.
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  • Agricultural Biotechnology: What GMO Crops are Grown and Sold?


    This video reviews the ten GMO crops that are grown and sold in the United States as of 2020. Only a few types of GMO crops are grown in the U.S., but some of these GMOs make up a large percentage of the crop grown (e.g., soybeans, corn, sugar beets, canola, and cotton). Most GMO crops are used in food for animals like cows, chickens, and fish. They are also used to make ingredients that are then used in food products like cereal, snack chips, and vegetable oils. Even though you won’t find many GMO fruits or vegetables in the produce section of your grocery store, GMOs are a common part of today’s food supply.

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) launched Feed Your Mind, the Agricultural Biotechnology Education and Outreach Initiative, to help consumers better understand genetically engineered foods, commonly called GMOs or genetically modified organisms.

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  • Carbon Farming


    Carbon farming is a great solution to start healing the lungs of our planet. Watch the video and find out more about carbon farming!

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  • NSW children to learn about agriculture in new program


    Agriculture and farming will be incorporated into a new learning program for New South Wales children as part of a federally-backed initiative to teach them about the sector before the age of 12.

    NSW Farmers Federation President James Jackson told Sky News children across Australia “don’t really understand the food and fibre supply chains”.

    “Our kids don’t have that uncle on the farm anymore and they don’t go in the school holidays out to a farm so they don’t really understand where their food and fibre comes from.

    He said getting children out onto farms for hands on experience was more “problematic” now with occupation health and safety standards, but they wanted all NSW children to have an interactive experience in the industry at least twice before they were 12-years-old.

    “It is an experimental program, there has been some work done by the Primary Industry Foundation of Australia to actually get more mentions of agriculture in the curriculum, but there is nothing like seeing and doing it,” Mr Jackson said.

  • State of Science webinar: The carbon stabilisation capacity of New Zealand grassland soils


    Drs Mike Beare and Sam McNally from Plant & Food Research discuss their work to verify the soil carbon stabilisation capacity achievable in a range of New Zealand grassland soils. They explain how they have applied knowledge of the factors that regulate soil carbon stabilisation to produce a first-generation farm-scale map showing the soil carbon sequestration potential and vulnerability to soil carbon loss on one New Zealand farm.

    At the conclusion of the webinar, Mike and Sam answer questions posed by participants in the live event.

  • Reducing emissions in agriculture: What solutions for a more sustainable farming sector?


    Agriculture is one of the sectors most affected by climate change. However, it also contributes to the release of gases like ammonia and greenhouse gases (GHGs), affecting the quality of air and biodiversity.

    These gases are mostly generated from livestock and from organic and mineral nitrogen fertilisers. The EU has put legislation in place to control air pollution, such as the National Emissions Ceilings (NEC) directive setting reduction targets for all countries.

    Mitigation and adaptation are therefore key in finding long-lasting solutions to reduce emissions in the agricultural sector. Choosing the right solutions and applying them in a smart way is also essential in making the European farming sector more sustainable.

    EURACTIV organised this workshop to discuss practical ways to reduce emissions in the agricultural sector to mitigate climate change. Questions included:

    Are the current measures at the EU level enough? Should NEC be revised?
    How can precision farming help reduce emissions?
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    What kind of support do farmers need to put into effect mitigation and adaptation measures?
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  • Using carbon farms to fight climate change


    Carbon farming is sometimes called agriculture's answer to climate change. Here's how it works.

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  • Climate impact of the worlds top meat and dairy producers


    We're used to blaming the fossil fuel industry for the problems of climate change, but focussing on big Agribusinesses has proven a much more contentious issue. Now three study papers have been published that look at different activities of industrial meat and dairy producers, with some fascinating conclusions and proposals.

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  • B+LNZ Environment Policy Update 2020


    Watch B+LNZ's Environment Policy Update held on 18 June as part of B+LNZ's National Webinar Series. B+LNZ provided an update on the Essential Freshwater Policy and the Emissions Trading Reform Bill. Learn what you need to know about these policies, their processes, and what B+LNZ is doing on your behalf.

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  • New Zealand AgriFood Week


    New Zealand AgriFood Week hosts a series of events dedicated to the future of food production, each year. The week is held in Manawatu in March, in the lead up to Central District Field Days. Will you join us?

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  • B+LNZ Formal Annual Meeting 2021


    Beef + Lamb New Zealand’s Annual Meeting & Showcase was held on 17 March 2021 in Invercargill.

    This is a video recording of the formal Annual Meeting part of the day. You can view the other sessions (Launch of B+LNZ Strategy, International Markets Update and Enhancing our Environmental Position) in the B+LNZ Annual Meeting & Showcase 2021 playlist.

  • How to Maximize Your Carbon Credits


    Join FBN Senior Manager of Business Development Brant Caley and Global Product Development Manager Neil McCormick in conversation to answer your questions about products and services that can help you maximize your carbon credit potential. What options should you consider?

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  • NZGA 2019 Keynote Address Mitigating GHG emissions from New Zealand pasture based livestock farm


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  • South Island town proves difficult to find for New Zealand Post


    Reefton was the first town in New Zealand to receive electricity, but NZ Post has been struggling to find it on its radar.

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  • East Midlands Monitor Farms Discussion


    In this webinar we are joined by our Monitor Farm hosts in the East Midlands (Colin Chappell (Brigg Monitor Farm), Rick Davies (Northampton Monitor Farm), James & Michael Parker (Vale of Belvoir Monitor Farm) and Gary Willoughby (Wainfleet Monitor Farm)) for a discussion of topical issues ranging from those affecting everyone to the more farm-specific. Topics discussed include loss of direct payments, the role of ELMs have a part to play, what’s happening today at our Monitor Farms, weather management over the past 12 months, preparing for Net Zero 2040, succession planning, farm labour management and fam labour recruitment.

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  • Can New Zealand create a low emissions public transport network?


    Transport was responsible for over 40 percent of New Zealand’s carbon dioxide emissions in 2018. These emissions have been growing steadily, but now need to significantly decline.
    The workshop will bring together researchers, policy makers, campaigners, and industry participants to explore the potential for New Zealand to significantly reduce transport emissions both within and between regions. The re-establishment of the passenger rail network has gained popularity. However, coordinating rail with an improved long-distance bus network, town and regional cycling, walking and last-mile shuttle services could relieve our national dependence on cars and aviation, as well as providing many social and economic benefits.

    Professor James Renwick: Reducing transport emissions
    Thomas Nash: Rebuilding a rail network
    Paul Callister: Upgrading our long-distance bus network
    Professor Robert McLachlan: The future of aviation
    Heidi O’Callahan: Why a national public transport network?

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    James Renwick is a climate researcher who studies Southern Hemisphere climate variability, and the impacts of climate change on the Pacific, New Zealand and the Antarctic. James has been a lead author for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) for many years, including the 6th Assessment Report to be published in 2021. He was awarded the Prime Minister’s 2018 prize for Science Communication and was appointed to the New Zealand Climate Change Commission in 2019. James is a member of the Climate Change Commission.

    Heidi O’Callahan is an analyst and author at Greater Auckland, and active in the Transition Town community. Heidi started her career in civil engineering and is now focusing on a low-carbon, people-friendly future, with sustainable transport, urban permaculture and a circular economy.

    Thomas Nash is a Councillor for Greater Wellington Regional Council and Chair of the Climate Committee. He lives in central Wellington.

    Paul Callister is a senior associate at the Institute of Governance and Policy Studies. Paul’s current research centres on climate change policy. His main focus is on sustainable transport, including long distance bus and rail networks and options for decarbonising aviation.

    Robert McLachlan is an applied mathematician in the School of Fundamental Sciences, Massey University, and writes on climate & environment issues at and His article “Carbon neutral jet fuel” (with Paul Callister) covers recent progress and challenges in the sustainability of aviation.

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  • Catherine Leining Presentation to IETA on NZ ETS Updates


    A recent IETA forum brought together the emission trading community – governments, financial institutions, investors, donors and businesses – to discuss a range of topics, including carbon markets, national mitigation actions, aviation, domestic carbon pricing systems, such as those in operation in NZ and other jurisdictions.

    Here's Catherine Leining's video presentation to the forum in September 2016 in support of the new publication: New Zealand: An Emissions Trading Study prepared by Motu, EDF and IETA. This is a case study guide for practitioners.

  • Kelly Garrett Got Paid for his Carbon Credits and You Can Too


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    In the spring of 2020, Kelly Garrett saw an opportunity to maximize the value of his acres by monetizing the carbon credits he had accrued from his sustainable field management practices. Teaming up with Locus Agricultural Solutions and their CarbonNow program, Kelly became the first farmer to get paid for his carbon credits. In this video, Kelly talks with Shane Head from Locus AG about the CarbonNow program.

  • New Zealand Fossil Fuel Sunset and Transition Engineering - Part I


    With New Zealand Zero-Carbon bill released in 2018, The fossil industry will start its sunset. How the country going to adapt to this bill as a pledge to the global climate change goals and net-zero 2050.
    The analysis video will be made based on Jacinda Adern delivery speech on the bill release.

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  • Net Zero Carbon Emissions Implementation on the Farm with Caleb Harper & Dr. Mike McCloskey


    In the next 50 years, we have to ask... What if the future of the US dairy industry was about everything other than Milk? The Dairy Scale for Good goes dives deeper into this, specially when it comes to net zero carbon emissions on the farm. Through partnership development & due diligence, DS4G looks at how producers can increase profits, while minimizing their carbon footprint. Watch the recording here, or visit for more details about the Real Science Lecture Series from Balchem Animal Nutrition & Health.



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