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Published: 05 September 2019 10:37am
A freeze on land-based ERF projects in Western Australia will end if new state government proposals are accepted, allowing pastoralists to earn money from revegetation.
Published: 13 August 2019 12:33pm
Corporate Carbon managing director Matthew Warnken says his company's stretch goal is to register 100 new soil projects to earn carbon credits before the end of the year.
Published: 15 July 2019 2:20pm
The Clean Energy Regulator has approved one of Australia's largest carbon businesses to earn credits through a new energy project, and has also approved a project by one of the country's largest agribusinesses.
Published: 24 April 2019 3:45pm
* Labor to ease restrictions on carbon forestry
* Building products company seeks consent for 4.5MW solar farm
* Singapore's hydrogen ambitions offer opportunities for Australia, says Austrade
Published: 17 April 2019 2:09pm
A government advisory body has recommended changes that will affect the most popular types of carbon credits projects.
Published: 20 February 2019 4:44pm
An alliance of farmers, plantation foresters and conservationists today briefed federal politicians on new measures to boost investment in landscape restoration.
Published: 29 October 2018 3:52pm
* Coal freight company to earn carbon credits
* State offers land carbon projects up to $750,000
* Refrigeration and air-conditioning a key source of emissions
Published: 25 October 2018 4:31pm
The Queensland government has launched its $500 million Land Restoration Fund, with $5 million initially on offer.
Published: 24 October 2018 4:23pm
* Don't rush power plant underwriting plan, says AiGroup
* We want integrated climate and energy policy, says NSW
* WA government encourages farmers to bid into ERF
Published: 17 October 2018 4:06pm
* State proposes 'needs-based' approach to new waste infrastructure
* ClimateWorks targets sustainable food and land use
* New centre to help businesses and councils switch to clean energy
* Ian Kiernan: Praise for 'true environmental champion'