Indigenous Carbon Farming

Indigenous Carbon Farming

Fire management is becoming a critical carbon abatement tool. An observable increase in bushfire intensity and rates of spread have been seen around Australia over the last decade. According to the Bureau of Meteorology, increases in monsoonal rainfall and increased...
Explaining Carbon Sequestration

Explaining Carbon Sequestration

We once looked at trees and saw only timber. Nowadays we see biodiversity and habitat too. But increasingly, environmentalists, businesses, and land managers alike are looking at trees and seeing a carbon sink —a means of absorbing CO2, the most abundant greenhouse...
When Purchasing Carbon Credits, Quality is Crucial

When Purchasing Carbon Credits, Quality is Crucial

Not all carbon offsets are created equal. And everyone from Queensland to Qantas, from Norway to Nestle, is in pursuit of them. According to the Carbon market Institute (CMI) Net Zero certifications have doubled since 2019 and RepuTex predicts the actual value of...
Explaining Australia’s Carbon Market

Explaining Australia’s Carbon Market

The term ‘carbon market’ has only entered into popular usage within the last few years in Australia, even though carbon pricing has been around for the last decade. Established as part of the Clean Energy Act 2011 and coming into effect in July 2012, the Gillard Labor...