Australian Biochar Industry 2030 Roadmap – National Rollout

The Australian Biochar Industry 2030 Roadmap was officially launched in the Nation’s Capital, on the 21st of June 2023. It was a momentous occasion in the halls of Old Parliament House, Canberra.

The roadmap itself has received high acclaim from the value add chain overall to date, and now as we rollout the roadmap across the country, we invite Corporates, NGOs, Governments, Entrepreneurs and Academics wanting to go Net Zero to get behind ANZBIG and the roadmap.


“The Roadmap Actions will assist in scaling the current biochar industry to a multibillion, dollar industry by 2030, sustainably driving economic efficiency and climate change mitigation in Australia” Nigel Murphy – ANZBIG Chair

Roadmap Letters of Support

The National Rollout – State Base Forums

We aim to visit every state in Australia within 2024.

The State Based Forums aims to:

  • Give an overview of the Roadmap, its challenges and opportunities.
  • Highlight the vast potential of Biochar and its benefits to many industries including the agriculture and industrial sectors.
  • Call to attention the role biochar can play in turning biomass residues into a solid form of carbon, resulting in, emissions reduction and the drawdown of carbon.
  • Discuss biochar production and renewable energy sources.
  • Showcase the outputs and market opportunities of biochar

ANZBIG is committed to turning a small but growing, industry into a major billion-dollar industry for Australia by 2030. We are looking for Government to support this ambition. Together we can create jobs, and economic activity and deliver an important climate change initiative for Australia.

Our next upcoming state forum is in Queensland TBC

Thank you to all of our Roadmap Sponsors

Thank you to all those who have donated to our roadmap fund. (A full list of our donators can be found on our crowdfunding page.)

A special thank you to our roadmap sponsors.

Diamond Sponsors

Silver Sponsors

Bronze Sponsors

Financial Contributors