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This page has a series of maps that looks at future climate projections of the South West Land Division using data from Climate Services for Agriculture website.
The project’s purpose is to help protect the profitability of WA sheep production in the face of climate change, increasing climate variability and increasing demand to mitigate greenhouse gas emis
The Carnarvon Floodplain Management Working Group report provides recommendations for investment into the management of the floodplain of the lower Gascoyne River to ensure profitable and sustainab
The Western Australian Climate Policy commits the Government to develop Sectoral Emissions Reduction Strategies (SERS) to guide cost-effective emissions reductions across key economic sectors.
Climate change is a pressing global issue that creates both challenges and opportunities for Western Australia.
Across Australia, $100 million will be invested annually in projects to strengthen drought resilience. These projects will:
Each year the Federal Government estimates the Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions and reports by sector via the National GHG Inventory.
Farming systems produce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, primarily in the form of methane (mostly caused by animal digestion and respiration) and nitrous oxide (mostly from fertilisers).
The WA Government is investing $15 million into an Agriculture Climate Resilience Fund to help WA farmers and industry to respond to the challenges of climate change.
Historical rainfall decile maps for the South West Land Division (SWLD) using baseline period of 1975-2020.