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Ruminati expands its online emissions calculator to New Zealand
The ambition to extend the platform to New Zealand presented a unique challenge. New Zealand’s greenhouse gas (GHG) accounting standards and agricultural practices differ significantly from those in Australia - but with EAS's help, Ruminati has been successful.
CBA launches carbon calculator partnership pilot with Ruminati
The Commonwealth Bank of Australia has become the latest partner to team up with farm carbon calculator platform, Ruminati, in a project to assist producers measuring their net greenhouse gas emissions.
Pilot program launched to track and forecast emissions on farm
Ruminati has partnered with livestock finance provider StockCo to launch a two-year pilot program. Throughout the pilot, StockCo will refer a select group of producers to the Ruminati's newly-released PRIME platform, which can track and forecast emissions that the farm, feedlot and processor level.
Simplifying baseline emissions data on farm
After launching just months ago, the Ruminati tool has been well received by producers. Speaking to The Land, Ruminati co-founder Bobby Miller said the idea of the portal was to get everyone to the start line and make it simple for producers to know where they stood.
McDonald's to launch new carbon baselining project
Speaking on the second day of the National Farmers Federation conference, the senior director for supply chain at McDonald's, Tom Mahony, said McDonald's would work with emissions tracking startup Ruminati to conduct a series of trials along the east coast as part of a new carbon baselining project titled 'Tassie to Townsville'.
Wagyu Association signs deal with Ruminati to track emissions across its membership
The Australian Wagyu Association (AWA) has announced a two-year partnership with Ruminati, allowing its members to measure their animals’ carbon footprint and giving them the option of contributing to a sector-wide baseline of emissions.
How to cut emissions with seaweed and burgers
Australian Financial Review
A whole industry has sprung up focussed on innovative ways to reduce agricultural emissions in Australia. NSW graziers Will Onus and Bobby Miller have joined forces with UTS data scientist Peter Leihn to establish Ruminati, an online web platform helping farmers easily measure and manage their emissions.
Farmers to start feeling pressure to report on emissions
Coles’ recent announcement that it expects 75% of its suppliers by spend to set science-based emissions targets is just the tip of the iceberg in terms of the incoming pressure on ag producers to report on their carbon footprint, and Ruminati is here to help with new, farmer-focused AgTech solutions.
New AgTech solutions to track your on-farm emissions
Triple M's Rural Focus
Rural Focus host Troy Stockden catches up with Ruminati co-founder Will Onus to discuss the benefits of Ruminati's new products Ruminati VISION and Ruminati PRIME, and why it's crucial we make sure farmers are at the centre of the conversation when it comes to climate solutions.
Carbon baselines with Ruminati's Will Onus and Bobby Miller
In the Paddock Podcast
Producer and podcast host Martin Murray chat with Ruminati co-founders Will Onus and Bobby Miller about why it's increasingly critical to track their on-farm emissions, and how baselining emissions has helped improve the sustainability of their own farm enterprises.
Carbon Shortcuts: An introduction to all things carbon in Aussie Agriculture
Humans of Agriculture Podcast
Podcast host Oli Le Lievre hosts a discussion with Ruminati co-founder Bobby Miller about the importance of emissions baselining for producers, and how Ruminati is helping to promote pathways for the agriculture industry to reduce their emissions.
Producer group hoping to become “scoreboard” on ag emissions targets
With governments, banks, industry bodies, global supermarket chains and brand programs being some of the sectors setting emissions targets, producer-led group Ruminati is aiming to provide a platform to help Australian producers navigate the changes.