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Could the Wild Wielangta be the first Australian forest to generate carbon offsets with biocarbon?
wildwielangta | August 20, 2008 at 06:57 pmby
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Margaret Blakers of the Green Institute and researchers at the Australian National University both provide sensible, reasonable arguments for including biocarbon in government calculations.
The threatened and endangered species reliant on this habitat (swift parrot, wedgetailed eagle, orchid and the stag beetle), will also be sustained, if we can find a better return than currently offered by the woodchip companies.
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