Mt Mulgrave Savanna Burning Project

SAVANNA BURNING This project involves strategic and planned burning of savanna areas in the high and low rainfall zones during the early dry season to reduce the risk of late dry season wild fires. Charlie Hawkins, Business Development Manager, Natural Carbon 0438 429 280 charlie.hawkins@naturalcarbon.com.au http://naturalcarbon.com.au/

Mount Alfred Reforestation Project

VEGETATION Mount Alfred Station is a 37,580-hectare property located near Wyandra on the west side of the Paroo River, approximately 750 kilometres west of Brisbane. The property has an Emissions Reduction Fund project registered under the ‘human-induced regeneration of a permanent even-aged native forest’ method. The project is working to assist the regeneration of native forests which have been suppressed …

CO2 Australia Creating a Better Climate Project

VEGETATION Native eucalypt trees have progressively been planted by CO2 Australia into heavily cleared, often degraded, farmland within central New South Wales across the past decade. Plantings include tree belts integrated into existing farming operations, and larger consolidated plantings delivering larger scale abatement outcomes. Tree species have been selected for drought, disease and fire tolerance. For some projects, revenue share …

Banksia Landfill Gas Abatement Project

LANDFILL & ALTERNATIVE WASTE TREATMENT This project involves the capture and destruction of landfill gas via flaring and internal combustion engine. The project also leads to the production of electricity for use at the site. Amanda Petrie,Senior Audit, Risk and Carbon Specialist 0481 001 412 Amanda.petrie@cleanaway.com.au http://www.cleanaway.com.au

Biodiverse Carbon Conservation Aggregation #2

VEGETATION Revegetation in key landscapes of Southern Australia that are under threat from historical over clearing. Our projects join key areas of protected areas and private lands, creating pathways for threatened species to move through the landscape to the resources they need. Across National Parks and private land, internationally recognised wetlands (Ramsar listed) creatig habitat for international migratory birds. Protection …

Biodiverse Carbon Conservation Aggregation #1

VEGETATION Revegetation in key landscapes of Southern Australia that are under threat from historical over clearing. Our projects join key areas of protected areas and private lands, creating pathways for threatened species to move through the landscape to the resources they need. Fitzgerald River and Stirling Range National Parks are world recognised for their biological diversity and richness. Our plantings …

Olkola Ajin – Olkola Fire Project

SAVANNA BURNING This project involves strategic and planned burning of savanna areas in the high and low rainfall zones during the early dry season to reduce the risk of late dry season wild fires. The project will support reduction in risk of wildfire and increased protection of key pastoral and ecological assets Charlie Hawkins, Business Development Manager, Natural Carbon 0468 …

Carbon Conscious Carbon Capture Project 2

VEGETATION The 11,007ha project area, contained on 21 properties within the Central and Northern Agricultural Regions of Western Australia, is on land previously cleared for dryland cropping and grazing. Between 2009-2012 the Company planted over 13,000,000 native species mallee (eucalyptus kochii, polybractea, and loxophleba) trees, and on registration under the Carbon Farming Initiative and then Emissions Reduction Fund it committed …

Carbon Conscious Carbon Capture Project 1

VEGETATION The regions that contain the project areas are recognised as significantly over-cleared, and the reforestation is: providing protective habitat for native flora and fauna; reducing wind and water erosion; in some cases reducing soil salinity; and some cases providing a useful environment for sheep and honey bees. Anthony Fitzgerald, Commercial Manager, Alterra Ltd (08) 9204 8400 afitzgerald@alterra.com.au http://alterra.com.au

New Leaf Carbon Project

VEGETATION The project has converted 12,000Ha of previously logable forest to a protected forest. The income generated from the sale of these credits will support the TLC’s conservation efforts in managing these important lands, using science and technology to guide our conservation work. We are leading the way in establishing a comprehensive monitoring program that will see hundreds of photo-monitoring …