Welcome to PICCC

Apples
Global warming to change how and where fruit grows

Some of Australia’s favourite fruits are under pressure from climate change, with growers set to face difficult choices in the years ahead.

PICCC newsletter: June edition

The latest edition of PICCC news, covering our research into horticulture adaptation and soil carbon, some new funding opportunities and a dairy futures webinar.

Sheep paddock
New Zealand funding for livestock emissions research

Funding call for sustainable solutions to reducing greenhouse gas emissions from livestock farming.

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The Primary Industries Climate Challenges Centre (PICCC) is a collaborative venture between the University of Melbourne and the Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport & Resources Victoria (formerly DEPI).

PICCC combines the resources and activities of its partners to lead research, development and education related to climate change and the primary industries. Read more.

Featured research

Apple tree. Source: Agriculture Victoria

Fruit tree adaptation

Increasing the Australian fruit tree industry's preparedness for climate change.

Angus heifers. Source: Agriculture Victoria

Offset options for cattle

Strategies to reduce the carbon footprint of dairy and beef products.

Sheep

Evaluating abatement strategies

Assessing emissions abatement and carbon sequestration strategies for the dairy, sheep and beef industries.