Media Release: GreenCollar and Australian Museum Unite to Research Climate Impacts and Promote Awareness of Climate Solutions
Media Release: On 1 November 2023 the Australian Museum (AM) announced a major new three-year collaboration with GreenCollar, Australia’s largest environmental markets investor and project developer, for the AM’s Climate…
NSW graziers generate first NaturePlus™ credits.
Project partner profile – Merluna
Media Release: GreenCollar’s market leading NaturePlus™ biodiversity scheme begins issuing credits
Media Release: Friday 6 October 2023: After more than three years of development, testing and validation, environmental markets investor and project developer, GreenCollar today announced issuance of over 8,500 NaturePlus™…
GreenCollar says “YES”
GreenCollar supports saying “YES” to recognising Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the Constitution through a Voice to Parliament. We support the Voice as a simple and practical step on the path to creating a better future together.-
Media release: Major purchase of Reef Credits by Queensland Government
A recent landmark purchase of $10 million in Reef Credits by the Queensland Government will inject critical support to this emerging environmental water quality market, which is dedicated to making verifiable contributions to improving the health of the Great Barrier Reef and aiding in its long term recovery.
Keeping trees in the ground: the role of carbon credits in getting Australia off the list of global deforestation hotspots
Keynote speech by GreenCollar Chief Scientist, Dr Jenny Sinclair 2023 Australasian Emissions Reduction Summit, Darling Harbour, Sydney Good afternoon and welcome. As I begin, I acknowledge the Traditional Owners…
Reef Credits: Grazing Land Management Method
New Ground-breaking Reef Credit Method for Grazing Land Management open for consultation A new Grazing Land Management (GLM) Method that measures and values the reduction in sediment losses resulting…
Reef Credits – 3 different approaches to meet different needs
When Reef Credits launched in 2020, there was just one way farmers and other land managers could get involved – by improving fertiliser management to reduce the flow of dissolved inorganic nitrogen to the Great Barrier Reef. Now, three years later, there are two new ways to get involved that suit a broader spectrum of farming operations.
Reef Credits or Grants – carefully considering the best options for you
Environmental markets are not dissimilar to farming or commodity markets. The difference being, instead of food or fibre production, environmental markets measure and place a value on and trade in cleaner air, water or improved habitat and biodiversity.