Sustainable Development

DIT AgTech are committed to the UN Sustainable Development through implementing, monitoring and reviewing practices across our business. 

The world needs impact farming
By 2050, with the global population expected to reach 9.8 billion, our food supplies will be under far greater stress.
According to the World Economic Forum, demand will be 60% higher than it is today, but climate change, urbanisation, and soil degradation will have shrunk the availability of arable land. Add water shortages, pollution, and worsening inequality into the mix and the implications are stark.
AgTech can multiply the positive impact of sustainable farming.

* Helps farmers improve results in the harshest environments.
* Replaces old-school methods with more efficient, best practice management.
* Less harm farming, reducing methane, greenhouse gasses and soil erosion.
* Animal welfare improvement, both on the farm and in transport.
* Facilitates securing an abundant source of food to feed our growing world. 

Every day DIT Agtech is helping farmers better feed the world. 

DIT AgTech Currently has an application pending review for BCorp certification 

B Corp Certification is a measure of a company’s entire social and environmental impact.

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DIT AgTech has an application pending review to the Australian Carbon Industry Code of Conduct 

This voluntary and industry-led Code aims to promote market integrity, consumer protection and appropriate interaction with carbon project stakeholders, including Native Title Holders, representative bodies, land managers and project owners.

Signatories to the Code are committed to developing and conducting their business in line with industry best practice and interacting with their clients and other 

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"DIT AgTech acknowledges Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia and recognises the continuing  connection to lands, waters and communities. We pay our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures; and to Elders past and present."