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Accounting for the Environment (493 KB)
the ALM Group is developing an Australian Natural Value Index (ANVI) to monitor the state of the natural assets, the ecosystem goods and services that arise from those assets and those aspects of human capital that relate directly to the management of natural capital.
Twenty First Century Landcare (556 KB)
This paper elaborates on issues discussed at the 2015 Roma Forum on Agricultural Innovation for the Twenty First Century. It argues for policy and program innovation to capture synergies between environmental management, agricultural competitiveness and profitability, capture synergies between public and private investment in land management, and enable Landcare to operate effectively across these spaces.
ALMG submission to the Senate Enquiry on the National Landcare Program (517 KB)
ALMG submission to the Senate Landcare Enquiry proposing that a national voluntary land and animal welfare verification system be established so that the achievements of progressive landholders might be recognised and rewarded.
Australian Agriculture in the First Half of the 21st Century (370 KB)
Describes the performance of Australian agriculture in the last 50 years as a context for the role of CLM in the future (7 pages, 372 kB).
CLM – Innovation in Land Management (316 KB)
Describes the purpose and benefits of CLM, an innovation in land management (5 pages, 316 kB)
CLM – Recognition for Improved Land Management (472 KB)
A practical guide to Certified Land Management and description of the certification process. (4 pages, 476 kB)
CLM – Verifying Our Environmental Credentials (201 KB)
Describes how CLM is used to verify the environmental credentials of landholders (1 page, 200 kB)
Report: Symposium on Innovation in Natural Resource and Animal Welfare Management (12402 KB)
Summarises proceedings, observations and outcomes from the 11 June 2014 Brisbane Symposium (13 pages).
Selling Sustainability—What’s in it for Australian Agriculture? (340 KB)
Tony Gleeson’s address to the Queensland Rural Press Club on 14 October 2014 about marketing Australian agriculture’s ‘green’ credentials in ways that deliver benefits to progressive landholders and others along differentiated supply chains`