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Technical Reports and Research

Loddon Campaspe Climate Projections
Mallee Climate Projections

These are technical documents detailing the impacts that climate change will have on the Loddon Campaspe and Mallee regions. If numbers and graphs aren’t your thing, there’s explanations for each projection that make it easier to understand.

Institute of European Environmental Policy ‘Agriculture’s Future, Delivering Net Zero Emissions’

This document summarises an event held at the 24th Conference of Parties (COP24), a United Nations climate change convention. Strategies and work required to link agricultural climate change action and policy were discussed, along with the challenges farmers face with these changes.

From Sand to Soil in 7 Hours | Ole Morten Olesen | TEDxArendal

This YouTube video describes how a Norwegian scientist was able to grow wheat in a sandy desert using a fraction of the water!

Further Learning Resources

Agriculture Victoria climate webinars

These webinars provide a variety of information on how farming and climate intersect. There is information on livestock, emissions, and irrigation among many more subjects. There is a schedule for upcoming webinars and past webinars are listed further down the page.

United Nations Climate Smart Agriculture Sourcebook

This sourcebook, created by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, contains knowledge and expertise to make agricultural sectors more sustainable and productive in the face of climate change. The sourcebook may also be useful for policy makers and academics.

A system’s approach to understanding climate change impacts on water

This webinar is a part of a series from the Victorian Water and Climate Initiative. In the first presentation, Michelle Ho of the CSIRO addressed the difficult question of dealing with the uncertainty in climate projections.

We acknowledge the First Peoples of the Loddon Mallee and their/our longstanding, rich and resilient cultures, rights and responsibilities to Country, and genuinely pay respect to their/our knowledge holders, leaders, Elders past, present and future.