We all need to take action to reduce waste, and the Australian red meat industry is no exception.
Like all food, red meat has an impact on the environment. But that doesn't mean you should feel guilty for eating it.
A love of animals and the sheep in their care makes every day a good day for Sophie and the team at Kinross Station.
As owners of almost 1% of the Australian landscape, AACo takes their responsibility as custodians of the land very seriously.
Andrew and Sirri Farrington are working with Coles to reduce their carbon footprint
So it must be sustainable to ensure the next generation can enjoy that privilege too.
Raising the 'steaks' in sustainability
"Just seeing how much the farmers care about the animals, that was quite a big impact for me."
We are not only what we eat. But we are what we eat ate.
Wait, what. There are no factories?
"It's just mind-blowing how much stuff people are doing to make a difference."
"The red meat industry in Australia is sustainable and they're doing it off their own back, which is pretty special."
We do it because it is the right thing to do
Ignorance is bliss? Not for Sean Szeps. Knowledge is power.
Should land used for grazing cattle should be converted into growing crops?
The Australian red meat industry is investing heavily in renewable energy technology such as solar, wind and biomass.