New Zealand in a unique position to achieve net zero and keep our competitive edge.
Simply taking a ‘do nothing’ approach won’t work, says PwC climate change lead.
Human and social capital factor in to long-term viability.
Debate has to catch up to advances in the technology, says minister.
Traditional models not up to facing climate, conflict and covid all at once.
The coordinator of the 2035 Oceania Summit held in Auckland this month provides an introduction to the summit and explains why it is important.
A blend of synthesised and conventional protein is quite possible in the near future to help meet protein demand.
Net carbon zero is a target the country risks missing, says top analyst.
Company will farm NZ-native seaweed for use in methane-reducing supplements.
Accord with California farmers a major platform for NZ, Aus agritech.
The head of methane mitigation company CH4 Global spoke to Richard Rennie about the need for speed around methane mitigation, as a lead into his visit for this year’s 2035 Agri-Food-Tech conference.
Agritech has undergone a monumental shift to cloud computing in the past five years, in part thanks to the sheer digital horsepower of the 200-plus services from the likes of Amazon Web Services (AWS). Elizabeth Fastiggi is AWS’s head of global business development for agriculture, and will visit New Zealand for the 2035 Oceania agritech summit in October. She spoke with Richard Rennie.
The presence of established, mature agritech companies and a greater abundance of venture capital funds have enabled New Zealand to step up as a more attractive country for agritech investment in recent years.
A maturing agritech market in New Zealand is resulting in greater funding opportunities and broader interest, with distance to funders far less a determinant than it once was.
A series of agritech-themed workshops, with a focus on climate change and agritech’s role in helping farmers mitigate its impact, will provide a lead into the inaugural 2035 Oceania Summit, scheduled for October.
From October, New Zealand will re-engage with the international conference circuit as travel restrictions are lifted and the primary sector will be among the first to do so with the AgriFood-Tech 2035 Oceanic Summit.
Richard Heath, executive director of the think tank Australian Farm Institute, will be sharing his country’s approach to developing a sustainability framework capturing all parts of the farming sector at Agri-Food Tech 2035 in October.