News

Time for a National Strategy on Climate-Smart Agriculture and Food Security Victorian Agriculture Minister Jaala Pulford announced last week that she will raise climate change at the next Agriculture Ministers’ Forum (AGMIN)...
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Farmers are speaking up, politicians need to keep up

Our latest ad says that standing up for rural Australia means standing up on climate change. Farmers are speaking up about climate change, and we're asking our politicians to keep up. Watch...
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FCA Response to the 2017 Climate Policy Review

FCA’s Response to the Climate Policy Review - 19th December 2017
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In the Field

Farm Visit 18.12.2017 Hi folks, Michael Kane here As the Farmers for Climate Action, Queensland Coordinator, I spend a lot of time on the road - meeting with farmers from the rich...
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A Year in Review - 2017

We’ve achieved a lot in 2017, mobilising thousands of farmers across the country to engage with, and influence, public policy debates over climate change, renewable energy and climate-smart agriculture. We’ve made farmers...
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Your candidates, your choice

The New England by-election is fast approaching and Farmers for Climate Action is committed to assisting our supporters to make informed choices through a non-partisan approach to political engagement.
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Open Letter

This Open Letter from Australian farmers and graziers was published in The Land on Thursday 28th September. Politicians purporting to represent farmers and graziers, the people hit hardest by damage to our...
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Dear Prime Minister Turnbull...

A message from farmers around Australia, courtesy of CEO Verity Morgan-Schmidt
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Martin Royds - Braidwood

Martin Royds is a fifth generation beef cattle farmer from Braidwood, New South Wales. His family arrived in the district in the early 1842. Martin himself has been farming since the 1980s...
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Meg and Peter Nielsen Bentley Farmers

Meg and Peter Nielsen - fourth generation farmers - farm cattle near Bentley, in Northern New South Wales. They previously farmed a variety of fruits and coffee at Bangalow. Both Meg and...
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