The world faces an enormous challenge to sustainably provide healthy food for a growing population, while also addressing and adapting to climate change.

This will require transforming our food and land use system to not only address climate change but also restore ecosystems, support regional communities and agricultural industries, enable and learn from indigenous cultural practice and land stewardship, and improve human health. Acting early on these issues also represents an enormous opportunity for Australian agricultural businesses and our economy as a whole to cement and expand our competitive advantage in agriculture, and build resilience.

We aim to support the shift to sustainable food and land use, by taking a highly participatory approach to developing transition pathways and a long-term roadmap and working with leaders in government, business and the community to catalyse implementation.