In order for a forest carbon project to help reduce the buildup of carbon pollution that is causing climate change, it must address certain issues, including: Permanence, which, simply stated, is the life of the project. It wouldn’t help to reduce climate change much if a tree were planted or saved one year only to […]

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Mankind is pumping atmosphere warming carbon dioxide into the climate 10 times speedier than anytime in the previous 66m years, as indicated by new research. The disclosure demonstrates the world has entered “uncharted region” and that the outcomes for life ashore and in the seas might be more extreme than whenever since the annihilation of […]

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The Australian Government introduced the National Carbon Offset Standard (the Standard) on 1 July 2010. The Standard provides a benchmark for businesses and other organisations voluntarily seeking to be carbon neutral for their operations, products, services or events. The Standard sets out requirements for achieving carbon neutrality, based on a rigorous and transparent framework that […]

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