B+LNZ Responding to a Changing Climate – Know Your Number Workshop: Glenorchy | Beef + Lamb New Zealand
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B+LNZ Responding to a Changing Climate – Know Your Number Workshop: Glenorchy

By the end of 2022, all of our farms need to know their greenhouse gas numbers. Knowing your numbers provides a good base of information and helps prepare you for future requirements.

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Under He Waka Eke Noa (the primary sectors climate change commitment to manage greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions), by the end of 2022 all farmers need to know their GHG numbers, and by 2025 all farmers must have a written plan in place to measure and manage their GHG emissions.

If we can achieve this, it will contribute to the industry staying out of the Emissions Trading Scheme and having a system that recognises carbon sequestration on farm.

Please note the change of location from Garston to Glenorchy.

The workshops will cover (4) parts:

  1. An explanation of why every farm should know their GHG numbers and have a plan.
  2. A case study demonstration of what the GHG calculation involves.
  3. Completing the GHG calculation for your farm.
  4. How to complete a GHG action plan with examples of farm systems, and management actions that can be taken to sustainably manage GHG emissions.

Registration

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Please ensure you check your registration confirmation e-mail for the information you will need to bring on the day.

Covid-19 Protection Framework

This event is operating under an orange traffic light – all attendees will be required to show their My Vaccine Pass on the day. This is the official record of your COVID-19 vaccination status (you can request a My Vaccine Pass if you’ve had two doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine in New Zealand, or had an approved vaccination overseas or have a medical exemption).  

You must record your attendance through the B+LNZ attendance register on the day and scan the COVID-19 QR code for the venue.

If you have cold or flu symptoms or are awaiting the results from a COVID-19 test, please stay at home.