A newly released Emissions Reduction Roadmap for the Australian grape and wine sector has outlined effective and practical steps to reduce the sector’s carbon emissions by more than 40% before 2030. Developed by Wine Australia, Edge Impact, and more than 200 members of the grape and wine community, the Emissions Reduction Roadmap outlines 11 initiatives that will result in cost savings and the reduction of emissions in the vineyard, in the winery, and throughout the supply chain.

Wine Australia Senior Research and Innovation Program Manager Dr Sharon Harvey said the Emissions Reduction Roadmap is a key starting point for Australia’s grape and wine businesses to decarbonise and reflects the commitment to ongoing improvement and safeguarding the future for Australian wine.

The Emissions Reduction Roadmap forms part of Wine Australia’s Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) Investment Plan for the wine sector, a strategy that identifies the areas that need to be prioritised to future-proof the sector to meet customer needs and business demands.

The Roadmap and all associated resources are available at wineaustralia.com/emissions-reduction-roadmap.

More information: New Roadmap shows path to a decarbonised Australian grape and wine sector | Wine Australia

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