AEGN

Sustainable food systems

In Australia, agriculture covers more than half our land and is responsible for around 13 per cent of carbon emissions.  Food production is also a significant cause of biodiversity loss.  Restoring and strengthening ecological systems will help to protect biodiversity, prevent erosion, and enable food producers and consumers to determine what food they produce and eat, and how.

What’s been happening?

What’s coming up?

What is the AEGN doing?
  • Ensuring sustainable food and waste practices at all AEGN events
  • Connecting members and experts interested in sustainable food production and distribution
  • Keeping members updated on policy changes and advocacy opportunities

What can AEGN members do?

Become a member

It’s been exciting to see the growth in sophistication of how the AEGN operates. For the benefit of all.

Hayley Morris, Morris Family Foundation