Carbon tracking tool to assist beef farmers / 6 May

As part of our Zero30 Project, we have developed a customised Carbon Tracking Tool to assist beef farmers with calculating their carbon emissions and identifying associated activities. We are excited to have built a tracker which is simple to use and relevant to our regional Australian farming community.

We would like to acknowledge the University of Melbourne’s “Primary Industries Climate Challenges Centre (PICCC)” as the Beef Tool is based on their spreadsheets.  Learn more about PICCC here.

We are looking forward to helping our farmers determine and track their farms’ carbon footprint, and equally excited that you will be able to contribute your data directly to our research. Click here to register for an account in order to use the GHETS carbon tracking tool.