Carbon Dioxide

Pork CRC-supported Ryan Chen graduated with a PHD from Flinders University

Algae may help reduce emissions on pig farms

By Oscar Rousseau

Adding algae to wastewater may reduce greenhouse gas emissions and help pig farmers become more environmentally friendly, the Australian Pork Cooperative Research Centre (Pork CRC) claims.

The Torrens Island power station in South Australia

Australian power plant's waste puts bubbles in beer

By RJ Whitehead

An Australian state known for its recycling initiatives and clean energy production is now using waste carbon dioxide from a gas-fired power plant to grow tomatoes and put bubbles in beer.

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Enzymes key to why some crops can weather extremes better than others

By RJ Whitehead

Research to develop food crops that produce bigger yields and cope better with drought has identified a key enzyme that might explain why sorghum and millet are more productive and can withstand extreme conditions better than wheat and rice.

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This week Down Under

Cider sales boom as festive early-adopters swap brands

By RJ Whitehead

Cider is not only Australia’s fastest-growing alcoholic beverage by far, its consumption also spikes dramatically during the southern summer months, market research suggests.

Diageo takes bottle storage to its Sydney plant

Diageo takes bottle storage to its Sydney plant

By RJ Whitehead

Having invested A$21.5m (US$16.4m) in a warehouse at its bottling facility in Sydney’s western suburbs, Diageo Australia now has capacity to store 22m bottles of Bundaberg Rum, one of its brands.

How has RSPO responded to deforestation from palm oil plantations?

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How has RSPO responded to deforestation from palm oil plantations?

By Gary Paoli, director of research and project development at Daemeter Consulting

Having completed a review of RSPO, Gary Paoli of Daemeter Consulting outlines how the sustainable palm oil certifier has fared in addressing key market demands. 

Oxfam slams Australian food industry body over climate change


Oxfam slams food industry body over climate change

By Andrew Schreiber

Global rights group Oxfam International has slammed Australia’s peak food industry body for in a report on the broader food industry’s failure to cut carbon emissions and adequately tackle climate change.

Arabella Mileham

Australian pork producers aim to cut carbon

A new bioenergy initiative has been launched in Australia, which will become a ‘one stop shop’ for Australian pork producers that are trying to substantially reduce their carbon footprint.

Manufacturers need to build environmental strategies around Chinese consumer behaviour: The Carbon Trust

Carbon-conscious China: Food manufacturers take heed

By Kacey Culliney

China is concerned about the environmental footprint of food manufacturers, more-so than the US, according to new research, prompting a re-think for firms who base Asian environmental strategies on Western consumer demands.


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