Biochar in the Carbon Drawdown Decade: 2030 and Beyond
The Australia New Zealand Biochar Industry Group (ANZBIG) will be hosting its fifth annual conference: ANZBC21 from 5th - 7th October 2021.
This year's conference will be live at The South of Perth Yacht Club (SOPYC), Perth Western Australia, and will also be accessible online via the ANZBC21 virtual event. The conference includes lectures, special presentations, inter-active sessions, and an exhibition both live and online.
ANZBIG is proud to bring the national ANZ Biochar Conference to Perth for the first time.
Presenters from academia, industry, government, and non-government organisations will share information about their research and commercial projects, in the topics including:
- Food; Fibre and Recreation; broad-acre agriculture productivity, horticulture, parklands/public gardens, roof gardens, sports fields/golf courses
- Energy; heat, syngas, horticultural Co2
- Infrastructure; concrete, asphalt, the built environment
- Drawdown Markets; Co2 removal certificates (CORCS), industry de-carbonisation, carbon markets - government and voluntary
- Biosphere Standards; regulatory, test methodologies, sustainability: improving quality in soil, air, and water
Related topics include; plant, tree, animal health, and productivity; advanced pyrolysis and gasification technologies; synergies with other negative emissions technologies (NETs).
Tickets: from ANZBIG's conference website www.anzbc.org.au Prices: for the live event at SOPYC - $395; to attend virtually $195. Both receive recordings of the completed conference. Please visit www.anzbc.org.au to purchase tickets.
"I've really enjoyed the information from the conferences I've been to. The presenters have a wealth of knowledge. Networking with like-minded people, sharing innovative processes to try, adapt and implement on my farm, inspiring me to develop methods to see how far it will take me on my journey to heal my land." Regenerative Farmer near Stanthorpe, Qld.
The conference will provide a forum for leading political, corporate, academic, and financial stakeholders to discuss recent development in policy, technology, and economics, and find new ways to network and collaborate. We are excited to have Josh Wilson MP, Federal Member for Fremantle and Deputy Chair of Standing Committee on the Environment and Energy, providing an opening address to our delegates, alongside keynote presentions from prominent figures in the biochar industry.
Australia New Zealand Biochar Industry Group
ANZBIG is a not-for-profit industry group, as a global leader in biochar, assists companies, governments, and institutions in the effective production and use of biochar. ANZBIG works to streamline education, research, collaboration, and the commercial uptake of biochar. ANZBIG works to create a more sustainable future, greater economic prosperity and job opportunities, and improved quality of life for all of us.