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South East Melbourne local government Councillors call for an ambitious 2030 emissions reduction target at COP26
Local farmers may hold key to carbon storage
SE Melbourne councillors call for ambitious 2030 emissions target
Alnus trees aid Rwanda in climate change fight
Australian dairy at critical juncture – industry report
CEFC backs transformative farming to regenerate farms and reduce carbon
Australia can’t afford to get this wrong
Greens urge farmers not to let LNP off lightly
Farmers want Kyoto ledger squared
Forico report highlights Tasmania’s sustainable forest management
AgForce’s Mark Davie rises to new challenge
Natural capital report shows benefits of forestry
Darwin Hub to Lower Emissions and Boost Investment
CSIRO and partners scope NT Hub to lower emissions and boost investment
World Soil Day highlights role of soil biodiversity in boosting food production and nutrition
Grant to fund study of acoustics in turfgrass pest control
Scientists map soils’ potential to combat climate change
Set bigger climate goals in economic recovery: Business tells government in national survey
Untapped potential of soil carbon
New partnership to boost bamboo and rattan’s contribution to sustainable development
International legal protection proposed for Antarctica’s carbon reduction role
Baker Institute-led group develops proposed nationwide protocol for storing carbon
David Pocock retires from professional rugby
Biochar helps hold water, saves money
Tweed Valley a ‘natural laboratory’ to test carbon sequestration theory
Technology-led plan to lower emissions, lower costs and support jobs
Heavy rainfall drives a third of nitrogen runoff, according to new study
CEFC welcomes new ARENA funding
Nationals welcome $1.9 billion in new technologies to help farmers reduce emissions
In a mite-y bit of trouble
Far-reaching climate change risks to Australia must be reduced and managed
Sustainable ag key to unlocking multi-billion northern potential
Plants take in less carbon in a warming world
New Guinea named world’s most plant-rich island
New soil models may ease atmospheric CO2, climate change
Agroforestry focus thanks to $3.9 million funding
Researchers evaluate cost-effective carbon capture and storage
Aussie food and beverage producers share in nearly $3m to innovate
Bedrock type under forests greatly affects tree growth, species, carbon storage
Mangroves at risk if carbon emissions not reduced by 2050, scientists predict
Australia’s Technology Investment Roadmap: have your say
Harnessing new technology to grow jobs and economy and lower emissions
King review a critical step towards a more carbon efficient economy
A love of sea led to a PhD in environmental sciences
Australian cotton industry releases second Sustainability Report
Update on bushfire emissions in Australia’s 2019-20 fire season
Global ambitions for new forest research group