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Carbon-conscious companies could be park protectors

The new Victorian Government should use its powers to allocate carbon rights so that companies can help fund national park plantings, and other states should follow suit, says a leading offset provider.



Hunt beefs-up carbon credit benefits for farmers

Cattle farmers would be big winners under a new draft carbon credit method, and four Tasmanian forest protection projects that are no longer entitled to earn credits would be rescued under another.

REDD alert: New report explains forest carbon rules

A new report prepared by law firm Baker & McKenzie and funded by BHP Billiton consolidates and explains international rules on valuing carbon stored in tropical forests.




Call to privatise national carbon-neutral standard

The Aboriginal Carbon Fund says the task of administering Australia's carbon-neutral scheme should be taken out of the government's hands and given to the Carbon Market Institute.

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