The following eLearning module is designed to help you as you work your way through completing an emissions estimate using the Sheep and Beef GHG Accounting Framework (SB-GAF) tool. 

Before you begin watching the videos and completing a SB-GAF estimate it’s important to have on hand all the data you will need to complete the calculation. This will make your learning quicker and easier. It’s recommended that you download the data collection sheets by clicking here and use them to collate the data you need before starting the learning module.

To download SB-GAF go to https://www.piccc.org.au/resources/Tools and select ‘(SB-GAF) Sheep & Beef GHG Accounting Framework V2.1′ or use the online version at https://carbon-calculator.mla.com.au/ 

Note that the videos were created in reference to ‘(SB-GAF) Sheep & Beef GHG Accounting Framework V1.8’ and there will be some slight differences between the videos and the current version. Updated videos reflecting the most recent version of SB-GAF, will be available late February.

Learning objectives

At the completion of this module, users will be able to calculate the carbon emissions from a livestock business using the standard industry calculator, SB-GAF.

About Instructor

MLA, Greenham & Pinion Advisory

The development of this eLearning module was supported by Greenham with content developed by Pinion Advisory and reviewed by producers from Greenham’s supply chain. MLA’s purpose is to foster the long-term prosperity of the Australian red meat and livestock industry by investing in research and marketing activities. Through it's subsidiary companies, MLA also accelerates innovation across the value chain and delivers the industry’s integrity and on-farm quality assurance programs. Care is taken to ensure the accuracy of the information contained in all eLearning modules. However, MLA cannot accept responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of the information or opinions contained in the training packages. You should make your own enquiries before making decisions concerning your interests. MLA accepts no liability for any losses incurred if you rely solely on this material and excludes all liability as a result of reliance by any person on such information or advice. Apart from any use permitted under the Copyright Act 1968, all rights are expressly reserved. Requests for further authorisation should be directed to the Content Manager, PO Box 1961, North Sydney, NSW 2059 or info@mla.com.au. © Meat & Livestock Australia 2020 ABN 39 081 678 364. MLA acknowledges the matching funds provided by the Australian Government to support the research and development detailed in this eLearning module.

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