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New strategy aims to help primary producers

Friday 30 Nov 12 10:00am

A revised climate change strategy launched this week will help to build a sustainable, strong and viable future for Australia’s primary industries, a Government minister says.

Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, Senator Joe Ludwig, launched the strategy to coincide with the Climate Change Research Strategy for Primary Industries conference in Melbourne, attended by government, industry and research bodies.

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