Warndu COP27 Sustainable Agricultural Case Study

On 16 November, officials from nearly 200 nations gathered in Sharm-El-Sheikh, Egypt, for the 27th United Nations climate change conference known as COP27. Discussions at COP27 focused on the critical role of biodiversity to climate action, ahead of the UN Biodiversity Conference in Montreal in December.

The Australian Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry presented this case study of Warndu as part of digital interactive display at the UNFCCC COP27, showcasing examples of sustainable agriculture in Australia.


In this time of global volatility, Australia can play a key role. At COP27, Australian officials will lobbied to co-host the UN climate talks with Pacific island countries.

Warndu Australian Native | COP27 Agricultural Case Study

Australian Native food experiences with Warndu

Warndu is an Indigenous owned company which means ‘good’ in the Adnyamathanha language. Warndu uses Australia’s native plants, nuts, seeds and proteins and each of these will create meaningful meals; meals that are local and seasonal in the true sense of words.

Their mission is to regenerate culture, community, tradition, heath and our soils. Every product they make includes one or more Australian native ingredients. Since 2016 Warndu have put more than $90,000 into other Indigenous businesses and people through procurement of produce at fair rates, services for events including welcome to country, speakers, front of house and back of house staff. Warndu’s success has seen them bring Australian native foods to mainstream markets, with a collaboration with Australian chocolate company Haighs to produce milk chocolate with finger lime, milk chocolate with muntries and honey, dark chocolate with Davidson plum and dark chocolate with river mint, with more on the way.