Cattle Council Welcomes Global Methane Conversation

Cattle Council of Australia has welcomed fresh international debate on the best method for measuring the global warming impact of animal agriculture. The European Union is being lobbied by independent climate scientists to consider alternative models to make sure meat...
GRSB Response to the UN

GRSB Response to the UN

GRSB Response to the UN “The Global Roundtable for Sustainable Beef (GRSB) is writing today to voice our concerns over the misleading claims contained within the United Nations (UN) Act Now campaign, specifically regarding the “Eat Less Meat”...

Five reasons to Trust Australian Beef

The Australian grass-fed beef industry continues to be a world leader in sustainability, which consumers can trust. Cattle Council President Tony Hegarty said it was important Australians knew why the local beef business stood head and shoulders above the rest. “Our...

UN must clarify position on agricultural carbon

           Cattle Council of Australia and the National Farmers’ Federation have slammed the United Nations for its over-simplified claims regarding the impact of the meat industry on climate change. The UN has published this claim on social media: “The meat industry...

Aussie beef stays strong during second COVID wave

Cattle Council of Australia is reassuring Australians that beef will still be readily available in our butcheries and supermarkets, despite a second wave of COVID-19 in Victoria. Cattle Council President, Tony Hegarty said the industry had professionally navigated the...