Climate, sustainability, and agribusiness

Gain the knowledge, abilities, and values to support a sustainable society.

Our industry solutions

Taking action to improve environmental, social, and governance (ESG) outcomes is vital for organisations looking to increase efficiency, meet changing consumer demands, and achieve sustainable growth.

The University of Melbourne partners with government and public organisations to deliver online and in-person training solutions for teams needing a range of skills to adapt and thrive in a rapidly changing world.

Skill iconOur industry skills

  • Communication
  • Climate Science
  • Collaboration
  • Planning
  • Sustainable Supply Chains
  • Budgeting
  • Leadership
  • Carbon Neutral Agriculture
  • Process Improvement

Aligned with UN initiatives

Industry-aligned courses supported by United Nations' sustainable development goals (SDG). Our custom solutions are tailored to your needs and align with key SDG reporting requirements.

Climate-smart solutions

Delivered by industry leaders, we’ve designed impactful workplace solutions for some of the world’s largest organisations in agriculture, land management, urban planning, cultural heritage, and more.

World-class training

Expertise leveraged from across the University of Melbourne and industry. Your people will gain the science-backed skills needed to implement ESG strategies that create new growth opportunities and minimise harm.

Flexible, inclusive learning

Our online and in-person training focuses on team development and building collaborative, people-first workplace cultures that improve performance and increase staff engagement.

Success story:
Carbon Neutral Agriculture

Rabobank is the world's leading food and agri-business bank. Its mission is to improve the prosperity of farmers and rural communities everywhere.

Discover more about how Rabobank is partnering with the University of Melbourne to counter the effects of climate change.

The workshop provided an opportunity to lay the foundation and building blocks for farmers and staff to understand the pathways towards a low emission, or potentially carbon neutral, farm business. Crawford Taylor Head of Sustainable Development, Rabobank

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