About this sub logic
By 2023, there is an increase in the capacity of agriculture systems to adapt to significant changes in climate and market demands for information on provenance and sustainable production.
Australia’s farmers manage 53 per cent of our landscape, produce 93 per cent of the food we eat, and produce goods for 40 million people outside Australia every day.
Global demand for food and fibre is rising, government and industry aim to grow the value of agricultural trade whilst managing risks to the agricultural sector.
These risks include the changing climate, and growing market preferences for products with demonstrable provenance and sustainability credentials, including through traceability mechanisms.
Australia has obligations under international conventions to protect biodiversity, soil and wetlands, and to address climate change.
This sub logic sits under the Regional Land Partnerships Program Logic.