Latest carbon storage News

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MLA’s Popular Carbon EDGE Is Coming To Tasmania
Scientists urge caution on marine-based carbon dioxide removal methods
Yes, carbon capture and storage is controversial – but it’s going to be crucial
Seaweed forests an overlooked component of oceanic carbon storage
Australian carbon storage hub a $600 billion opportunity: Wood Mackenzie
Bushfires are changing the ‘hidden’ understorey in our forests
On Front Line With Saltmarsh Monitoring Volunteers
Trillions of tonnes of carbon locked in soil has been left out of environmental models – and it’s on the move
Natural Touch For Coastal Defense
Redwood trees are growing almost as fast in the UK as their Californian cousins – new study
Antarctica provides at least $276 billion a year in economic benefits to the world, new research finds
MLA’s carbon calculator expanded to include feedlot and goat production systems
Emergency Tree Works Yea Recreation Reserve
Climate change and nature loss are our biggest environmental problems – so why isn’t the market tackling them together?
Most of land humans need to thrive is unprotected
Planting pine or native forest for carbon capture isn’t the only choice – NZ can have the best of both
5 ways to make Christmas lunch more ethical this year
Translating global theories of change into tangible steps for conservation of ecosystems
Why agrifood systems must be at the core of climate action: a COP28 preview with FAO climate expert
Carbon capture study reveals major opportunity for WA
Getting to Bottom of Facts on Trawling
Growing NZ cities eat up fertile land – but housing and food production can co-exist
Consultation opens on Ag and Land Net Zero Plan
Tree crop natural disaster preparedness gets a $1.7M funding boost
Tree Removal Yea Swimming Pool
The climate impact of plastic pollution is negligible – the production of new plastics is the real problem
$15 million to restore coastal habitat
Ponds release more greenhouse gas than they store
MLA Carbon EDGE pilots open for registration
Polar experiments reveal seasonal cycle in Antarctic sea ice algae
How Australia can achieve net zero
Investing In Marine Ecosystems And Blue Carbon Capture
MLA to launch Carbon EDGE program for red meat producers
China and New Zealand Strengthen Forestry Cooperation
Australia has introduced a new bill that will allow us to ship carbon emissions overseas. Here’s why that’s not a great idea
Red meat industry makes huge headway in reducing greenhouse gas emissions
New analysis lends weight to seafood’s light carbon footprint
Oceans absorb 30% of our emissions, driven by a huge carbon pump. Tiny marine animals are key to working out its climate impacts
Preserve ocean health to preserve human health: a call for action
Whale of a tale? The stories about whales helping tackle climate change are overblown
First soil map of terrestrial and blue carbon highlights need for conservation
Queensland leads nation on carbon farming for second year running
Tasmania must end native forest logging after crucial Victorian decision
After the chainsaws, the quiet: Victoria’s rapid exit from native forest logging is welcome – and long overdue
Maggie Mangroovers: The volunteers capturing vital clues about a key Reef habitat
Future role of gas and net zero tech headline Federal Budget underpinned by oil and gas contribution
APPEA statement on changes to the Petroleum Resource Rent Tax (PRRT)