Current status and future prospects for carbon forestry in Australia

@inproceedings{Mitchell2013CurrentSA,
  title={Current status and future prospects for carbon forestry in Australia},
  author={Christopher D. Mitchell and Richard J Harper and Rodney J. Keenan},
  year={2013}
}
Carbon forestry is part of a suite of land-based activities that can be used to mitigate carbon emissions, and also provide a range of other environmental co-benefits. Components are included in the Carbon Credits (Carbon Farming Initiative) Act 20I I. There is large divergence in Australian estimates of the areas ofland that may be used for carbon forests and there has been a vigorous public debate about carbon forestry, partly based on concerns about displacement of food-producing land. We… CONTINUE READING

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