31 July 2021
Adrian Goonan, Head of Cropping and Diversified Agriculture, recently presented at the GlobalAg Investing Conference on the topic of “Making the Case for Australian Agriculture”.
Part 1 – Key Trends Influencing Australian Agricultural Investments
In this first of a three part series, Adrian Gonnan discusses the sector’s aggressive growth targets and the role of consolidation, the trend towards a decarbonised market and what will drive demand.
Watch Video (4:25) below:
Part 2 – Reducing Emissions and the Climate Impact of Agriculture
In part two of this three part series, Adrian Goonan discusses the positive role agriculture as one of the largest sectors of the Australian economy can play in reducing emissions and climate impact. The rise in ESG demands will intensify and automation and robotics will play a critical part and have the greatest impact.
Watch Video (2:38) below:
Part 3 – Execution Capacity – A Key Driver of Agricultural Returns
In the final part of this video series, Adrian Goonan explains why execution capacity and skilled people remain the greatest driver of investment performance in agriculture. In addition to quality assets, careful selection of an investment partner which has a strong focus on people, health and safety, and sustainability will be key to success in Australian agriculture.
Watch Video (3:04) below:
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