12-13 August 2019, Canberra
Di Mayberry is a senior research scientist with CSIRO Agriculture and Food, founding member and former Vice-President of the RAID network, and a former Crawford Fund conference scholar. Di combines her background in ruminant (sheep and cattle) nutrition with systems modelling approaches to improve the long-term viability of livestock production systems in Australia and developing countries. This includes the use of science to better understand and reduce the impacts of animal agriculture on the environment. Her research portfolio encompasses work at the animal, farm/household and regional scales, and she has worked on sheep, beef and dairy production systems in Australia, Indonesia, China, Myanmar, India and Tanzania.
Raising the Steaks: Reducing GHG Emissions from Red Meat in Australia and Developing Countries