Rachelle Meyer's research interests include adaptation and mitigation in the land sector. For her PhD thesis, she used a whole-farm system modelling approach to quantify the agro-ecosystem benefits and mitigation implications of soil carbon in grazing systems in western Victoria. This included calculating net greenhouse gas balances and investigating the impact of climate change on the potential of soil carbon as a mitigation option. Currently she is working on the Forewarned is Forearmed project addressing the impacts, and options to alleviate the impacts, of heatwaves in the red meat and dairy sectors. She is also associated with the Energy Transition Hub as a member of the Negative Emissions Group.