THE NATIONAL group Farmers for Climate Action has appointed a its inaugural chief executive.
Verity Morgan-Schmidt, who resides on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, has stepped into the role.
Farmers for Climate Action is an associate member of the National Farmers Federation. It reports 2000 members from across the country.
It is focused on lobbying for political action to tackle global warming, investment in research, development and implementation of climate adaptation measures, increasing on-farm use of renewable energy and developing opportunities for producers in carbon markets.
Read Mick Foley’s story on farmonline - “Farmers for Climate Change gets a chief executive.”