A research team from The University of Western Australia identified six strategies for managing agricultural land under climate change. The study was recently published in the paper ‘Decoupling’ land productivity and greenhouse gas footprints: A review, in the journal Land Degradation and Development. The research is in collaboration with China, Canada and the US, and has a large-scale implications for the future of agriculture land management under climate change. To know more about the media release, you can download the file HERE.