12-13 August 2019, Canberra
We were very pleased to have organised significant media attention with national TV, radio and print coverage for the important issues covered at our Annual Conference “Weathering the ‘Perfect Storm”. An ongoing listing of the media coverage can be found here.
The event also attracted significant social media interest, with the conference hashtag #19cfconf trending at number 1 in Canberra during our Parliamentary Conference on 13 August. A digital report for the conference itself is here, and one for the lead up to the event is here.
During the conference we announced the winner of the 2019 Crawford Fund Food Security Journalism Award.
The hashtag for our 2019 conference was #19cfconf. You can continue to follow our social media activities @CrawfordFund.
Addressing the unsustainable nexus of agriculture, energy, water, climate change
Water solutions from beyond the water sector: Water-energy-food nexus thinking a must
Dr Aditi Mukherji, Principal Researcher, International Water Management Institute
Transformation needed in agriculture through radical change, now
Dr Bruce Campbell, Program Director, CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture & Food Security
‘Climate-smart villages’ for a sustainable future
Professor Alice Joan G. Ferrer, Professor, Division of Social Sciences, University of the Philippines Visayas
‘Game on’ to kick ambitious goals for agriculture, energy, water & climate change
Professor Sir Charles Godfray FRS, Director, Oxford Martin School, Oxford University
Energy efficiency a perfect storm for required changes in agriculture
Dr Ajay Mathur, Director General, The Energy and Resources Institute and Member of the Indian Prime Minister’s Council on Climate Change
Foodcubes for food security
Marc Noyce, Chief Executive Officer, Biofilta Pty Ltd
Managing water, energy & food key to social stability and regional security
Dr Jim Woodhill, Food Systems Advisor, Sustainable Development Investment Portfolio of DFAT’s South Asia Regional Program
Is climate action good business? Climate change risk through a finance and liability lens
Sarah Barker, Special Counsel Climate Risk Governance, Minter Ellison
Raising the steaks: Working towards carbon neutrality for the red meat industry
Dr Di Mayberry, Senior Research Scientist, CSIRO and member of RAID Network