The influence of crediting and permanence periods on Australian forest-based carbon offset supply

@article{Regan2020TheIO,
  title={The influence of crediting and permanence periods on Australian forest-based carbon offset supply},
  author={Courtney M. Regan and Jeffery D. Connor and David M. Summers and Claire Settre and Patrick J. O'Connor and Timothy R. Cavagnaro},
  journal={Land Use Policy},
  year={2020},
  volume={97},
  pages={104800}
}
Current carbon prices do not stack up to much land use change, despite bundled ecosystem service co‐benefits
TLDR
The economics case for significant land use change are likely to be geographically dispersed and only viable in relatively niche landscape positions in high establishment, high opportunity cost areas even when carbon payments are augmented with the value of co-benefits classified as providing direct and local benefits.
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