Young Farming Champion’s Josh Gilbert and Anika Molesworth are blogging from ParisCOP21 and they are ‘learning by doing’ These are Josh’s reflections from Day 3…………
Paris Day 3 of the COY11 conference has reinforced a number of things for Anika and me
Front and centre our agricultural sector has what it takes to be highly competitive but despite huge potential and the rapidly growing demand for our products, agriculture overall has been losing market share to international competitors. It’s widely acknowledged within agriculture that it is being held back by a lack of strong leadership.
Young people in agriculture like Anika and I know that if Australian agriculture is to reach its true potential then it’s going to need a generation of passionate and energetic future influencers with a different set of skills beyond agricultural expertise, who can recognise new business opportunities and make them happen.
Read the full post here Make It Real- A Case for Action
With a lot riding on the next rainfall event for many Farmers in Australia, James Walker and the Agrihive team have put together this excellent rainfall forecast presentation from Bruce Gunn
“It’s got to be said that we have never had the big El Nino year like we’ve got now…….. go back to back” Bruce Gunn
There is key information that will surprise you like the performance on what the El Nino is presenting at the moment and the breaking down of the El Nino in global models.