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SA Water looks for state-based carbon offsets

SA Water is in the market for 200,000 carbon offsets, followed by further annual purchases, and wants them sourced from projects in South Australia.

Frydenberg eases ERF restrictions on soil improvement projects

Many more farms will now be able to earn carbon credits by boosting soil carbon, and administration costs for existing soil projects will fall markedly, under new changes announced by Environment and Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg.

New offering for companies seeking carbon neutrality

International sustainability consultancy South Pole is offering a new dual-credit to companies that are seeking certification as carbon neutral or are aiming to voluntarily reduce emissions.



Call to develop 'premium' carbon credits

Banks, governments and farmers can turn Australia's land-based carbon offsets into an industry worth billions of dollars that creates thousands of jobs, according to a new industry roadmap.



Progress made on ERF soil projects, says Corporate Carbon

ERF soil projects are yet to create a single carbon credit, but there is plenty of work afoot and their strategic importance can't be ignored, according to Matthew Warnken of Corporate Carbon.

Climate Authority launches wide-ranging ERF review

A sweeping new review of the Emissions Reduction Fund will examine all aspects of the scheme, including the role of the behind-the-scenes secondary market for carbon credits.

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