Robert O’Sullivan is the Head of International Projects for GreenCollar. Robert has worked in the carbon market for almost 20 years, with a focus on law, policy, and transactions. He started his career as a lawyer in the World Bank where he worked on the very first carbon market projects and funds. Robert helped develop forest carbon methodologies and standards for the World Bank and Verra, worked on carbon projects and policy in Africa, Latin America, Asia and Australia with governments, civil society, and leading commodity, energy, and technology companies amongst others.
17 Jun 2022
GreenCollar is very pleased to welcome two newly appointed board directors – Mara Bun and Catherine Harris AO PSM. Mara lives on Queensland’s Gold Coast and comes to us from an...
27 Mar 2022
The real story of the carbon farming initiative, emissions reduction fund and Australian carbon market is a story of people of high integrity coming together to build something extraordinary –...
07 Mar 2022
Opinion Piece: Government carbon credits decision can deliver wins for farm, economy and environment. Last week’s announcement about carbon markets by Minister Taylor is unquestionably good news for landholders...
Healthy soil is the foundation of a strong agriculture industry. But it can also absorb almost twice as much C02 as plants and the atmosphere combined, making it a central player in the fight against climate change.
These three simple carbon practices are revolutionising sustainable agriculture.
With our first batch of Australian-based Plastic Credits poised for release, Plastic Credits are now available for purchase. What are they – and how do they help people and the...
Discover the Government-approved method stacking concept set to help more land managers and Traditional Owners participate in the carbon market.
17 Jan 2022
When done well, carbon farming can be a powerful tool for improving on-farm productivity.