Organic Insights - Spring 2022
Organic Insights / Spring 2022 / 19
“The Eco-Credits™ seeks to combine good land management, with the latest technology, and provide the capital that producers need, in the urgent transition to more sustainable and regenerative food and farming systems.” “If we can achieve that, and organic businesses within the supply chain equally share this responsibility, the organic sector has the opportunity to be a leader in sustainability, traceability and food integrity.” “The individual stories of continued progress by farmers can be accessed by QR technology that further informs and educates consumers on how organic and regenerative farming is addressing climate change and biodiversity conservation.” WITH A MEMBERSHIP BASE OF 200+ ORGANIC AND BIODYNAMIC FARMERS AUSTRALIA WIDE, AND INDUSTRY STAKEHOLDERS, ORICOOP EXISTS TO SUPPORT INVESTMENT INTO LAND, WATER AND SUPPLY CHAINS, IMPROVING MARKET ACCESS AND MORE TRANSPARENT SUPPLY CHAINS ACROSS THE ORGANIC AND BIODYNAMIC FARMING AND FOOD SECTORS.
For further information or to register for Eco-Credit™, visit organicinvestmentcooperative.com.au/eco- credit/ Find out how Paris Creek Farm is delivering a carbon neutral product by measuring and offsetting emissions in their own supply chain pariscreekfarms.com.au/sustainability/
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“Australia needs to restore ecosystem function, build resilient landscapes, and equitably distribute environmental, economic, social, and cultural benefits.”
Commonwealth State of the Environment Report 2021
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