AgForce’s AgCarE natural capital tool set to launch: TropAg

Queensland’s peak farming organisation is next week hard launching its natural capital certification system, AgCarE…Read More

Emma Alsop, November 7, 2022

Industry mulls home-grown alternative to ISCC for exports

With a new array of ISCC requirements set to come into effect in December, WAFarmers is questioning whether the grains industry should develop an Australian-driven scheme…Read More

Emma Alsop, October 31, 2022

Tool helps growers navigate carbon opportunities

An online tool launched in Canberra last week offers a practical resource for landowners and primary producers to navigate the tricky landscape of carbon choices…Read More

Grain Central, October 24, 2022

Twiggy questions integrity as ACCU trading slows

Trading volumes of Australian Carbon Credit Units have continued to slow in recent weeks as the industry awaits findings expected to lead to some major reforms…Read More

Eric Barker, October 12, 2022

CSIRO forum prompts consideration of carbon

Focus on efficient land and nitrogen use will be key to decreasing the carbon emissions from the Australian grains sector, according to CSIRO researcher Maartje Sevenster…Read More

Emma Alsop, September 30, 2022

How the biofuels industry could benefit growers

Grain growers could see a trio of benefits from an increase in biodiesel and renewable diesel production and uptake in Australia, according to Cleaner Fuel Alliance chair Simon Roycroft…Read More

Emma Alsop, September 19, 2022

Carbon markets: trading volumes slow with review uncertainty

Carbon trading has slowed in recent weeks as the Federal Government’s review of the carbon farming framework heads into a public submission phase…Read More

Eric Barker, September 16, 2022

Measurement of insets gets Balls rolling on carbon

Hugh and Sarah Ball’s cropping operation at Moree has embarked on a self-guided carbon-audit process to ensure the benefits of biodiversity are not overlooked…Read More

Liz Wells, September 5, 2022

Renaming regenerative agriculture could open doors

Should the term ‘regenerative agriculture’ be changed to encourage more growers to adopt the practices?..Read More

Emma Alsop, September 5, 2022

SA growers to trial FLINTpro tech in govt-backed project

Growers in South Australia are set to trial FLINTpro technology which can gauge the carbon footprint of grain production behind and beyond the farm gate…Read More

Grain Central, August 10, 2022

Welcome to AgCarbon Central

Welcome to AgCarbon Central, Australian agriculture’s dedicated online gathering-point for news, analysis and opinion across the rapidly emerging carbon industry…Read More

Jon Condon and James Nason, July 27, 2022

AgCarbon: a timeline of the story so far

Carbon farming has made a big entrance to the agricultural industry in the past decade, with more than $2 billion tied up in projects across the country…Read More

Eric Barker, July 27, 2022

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