Missed Outlook 2015? Catch up on YouTube now

28 ​April 2015

If you missed attending this year’s ABARES Outlook 2015 conference, held in Canberra in early March, you can now watch all the presentations online on ABARES YouTube channel with the videos also linked on the Outlook 2015 website.

The ABARES Outlook conference is Australia’s leading agricultural conference – combining analysis of economic, trade and agricultural commodity data from experts across the globe with the on-farm perspective of Australian producers.

ABARES Executive Director, Karen Schneider, said presenters spanned all levels of government, industry and the private sector to deliver a comprehensive analysis of the national agriculture sector.

“Outlook 2015 explored the theme ‘The business of agriculture: producing for profit’ and with 16 sessions over two days, there was a substantial amount of data released to decision-makers across the Australian agricultural sector.

“Outlook 2015 included presentations from national and international experts as well as Australian primary producers, to deliver a comprehensive analysis of the national agricultural sector.”

Ms Schneider said the videos, accompanied by PowerPoint presentations and captions of the Outlook 2015 sessions, ensured that this information was available to everyone with an interest in the future of Australia’s agricultural industries.

International and national presenters included Ayhan Kose, The World Bank; Geoff Raby, Geoff Raby & Associates; Andrew Crane, CBH Group; Andrew Forrest, Minderoo Foundation; Alan Oxley, ITS Global; Greg Pompelli, Economic Research Service, United States Department of Agriculture; Gilles Boumeester, Rabobank The Netherlands; and Rob Forlong, Environmental Protection Authority New Zealand.

Minister for Agriculture, Barnaby Joyce, opened Outlook 2015 with a keynote address. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development, Warren Truss, opened the second day of the conference.

You can find all the Outlook 2015 presentations at Program and Presentations.

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Last reviewed: 4 November 2019
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