In Australia, it seems likely that the government will implement regulatory legislation and policies over the next 5 to 10 years to address the issue of climate change, which will directly impact business operations and procedures.This document considers the possible changes in relation to cut flower and foliage production enterprises, focusing on factors that may affect the way flowers are produced and marketed in the future. The aim is to position the Queensland cut flower and foliage industry to strategically and practically respond to the potential impacts of climate change.

Published 2011

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