Pungalina Seven Emu Carbon Abatement

Pungalina Seven Emu Carbon Abatement

SAVANNA BURNING

  • UNITS GENERATED:
  • ACCUs
  • ABATEMENT VOLUME:
  • Commercial in confidence
  • PURCHASED BY:
  • Private Market
  • PROJECT LOCATION:
  • Northern Territory
  • PROJECT PROPONENT:
  • Australian Wildlife Conservancy
  • PROJECT DEVELOPER:
  • Australian Wildlife Conservancy
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About the Project

Wildfires – fires that occur in the late dry season, burning at high intensity across large areas – are a major threat to biodiversity in the Gulf Bioregions. This project aims to prevent late-dry season wildfires by re-establishing a regime of ecologically friendly planned burns of savanna areas in the early dry season, thereby creating a mosaic of vegetation of different age-classes across the landscape and reducing the frequency and extent of late dry season wildfires in the landscape.


Project Co-Benefits

Co-benefits include:
1) Local indigenous employment
2) Reducing the negative impact of wildfires
3) Increasing the extent of “old growth” vegetation and dispersing it more evenly across the landscape


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    Contact

    Atticus Fleming, Chief Executive, Australian Wildlife Conservancy

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    Telephone

    +61 8 9380 9633