Moving Towards Carbon Neutrality Webinar - Registrations Open

Updated: Mar 8


Registrations are now open for ALFA & MLA's online webinar on Moving towards carbon neutrality in feedlots which will be delivered live on 12 May, 2021.

This workshop will benefit feedlot owners and operators.


The topics will be covered over a 2-hour lunchtime online zoom session.


View the Workshop Flyer for full details


PRESENTERS

  • Maik Kindermann, 3NOP Inventor

  • Dr Stephen Wiedemann, Integrity Ag & Environment

  • Dr Amelia de Almeida, University of New England

  • Daryl Savage, NAPCO Wainui Feedlot Qld

  • Joe McMeniman, Meat & Livestock Australia

  • Doug McNicholl, Meat & Livestock Australia

WORKSHOP TOPICS

  • Industry Footprint - Understanding our baseline carbon emissions

  • Carbon Neutrality - Introducing the Moving Towards Carbon Neutrality Booklet

  • 3NOP Innovation & 3NOP Feed Additives, how to understand the research

  • A Lot Feeder Case Study - Wainui Feedlot

  • Carbon Offset Modelling - Price premiums on retail product

DATE & TIME

The webinar topics will be delivered over one live-streamed 2-hour webinar sessions at 12 noon (AEST) on the following date:

  • Wednesday, 12 May 2021

If you are unavailable for the live session, a recording will be provided to catch up.

REGISTRATION FEE

ALFA MEMBER - $55 (inc gst) per person

NON-MEMBER - $110 (inc gst) per person

The registration fee includes access to the session, all pre-webinar materials, post-webinar copies of the presentations and a certificate upon completion. A group discount is available to those with 5 or more staff registered. Discount applied at registration.

REGISTER

Click here to register online

If you need assitance or would like to contact ALFA regarding this workshop, please email events@feedlots.com.au or call (02) 9290 3700.


Registrations will close 7 May. Member and group discounts available.


This workshop has been developed in collaboration with Meat & Livestock Australia and is proudly sponsored by DSM.


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