This collection of content explores the topic of carbon sequestration and accounting. There are two ways to address rising atmospheric CO2: reducing emissions and absorbing and storing CO2. Trees and wood products can do both.
Media Release - Midway and Climate Friendly announce a strategic alliance to improve agricultural production on marginal farming land18 May 2021
Midway Tasmania and Climate Friendly, two leading service providers in their respective fields of forestry and carbon project development, have announced a strategic alliance that combines farm forestry with carbon farming. The partnership model will provide services to local land managers in Tasmania, enabling them to become small scale private forestry growers and to improve the productivity of otherwise marginal...
Trees: The ultimate renewable24 Feb 2021
By 2050 the human population is forecast to expand from 7.5 to 9.6 billion people. We will require 70% more food (United Nations), 50% more fuel (International Energy Agency), and 50% more water (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development).
We also need to reduce CO2 emissions by over 80% (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change). All of these...
Understand how trees improve the carbon balance - carbon investing improves your ROI from trees15 Oct 2020
Many private landowners have expressed a strong interest in using trees to reduce climate impacts by sequestering more carbon.
Co-incidentally this carbon investment will increase the economic return from trees on farms which adds to a myriad of other benefits....
Carbon storage and trading through farm forestry: A survey of farmers in Tasmania - Executive summary 201015 Oct 2020
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