Partnering with Carbon Landscapes allows you as an individual, group or business to choose carbon projects that achieve the following;
Through our Biodiverse Carbon Offsets, we focus our revegetation projects on outcomes that benefit our native wildlife such as recreating habitat and wildlife corridors, as well as targeting other environmental outcomes such as improving waterways, addressing land degradation and improving landscape resilience to climate change.
Biodiverse Carbon Offsets also meet your carbon sequestration requirements with one Biodiverse Carbon Offset sequestering one tonne of carbon dioxide.
Established by the World Wildlife Fund, the Gold Standard certifies carbon offset projects that demonstrate carbon sequestration outcomes as well as positively impact the economy, health, welfare and/or environment of the community where the project is located.
All Gold Standard carbon credits represent the reduction or removal of one tonne of CO2 equivalent, plus the Sustainable Development Goals benefits associated with the project from which they are issued.
Carbon Landscapes works in partnership with land managers, community groups and organisations to develop carbon farming projects that can receive funding under programs such as the Emissions Reduction Fund, a voluntary scheme that aims to provide incentives for a range of organisations and individuals to adopt new practices and technologies to reduce their emissions.
Carbon farming can provide landholders with a source of income, help the environment and potentially make their property more resilient to climate change. There are a number of types of carbon farming available in Australia. Carbon Landscapes specialises those related to vegetation management. Read more by clicking on below.