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Carbon farming activities need to return multiple economic and environmental co-benefits to be attractive to land managers. This bulletin summarises concepts underlying carbon farming, how Australia accounts for greenhouse gas emissions and the potential for Western Australian land managers to participate in, and benefit from, carbon farming.
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carbon farming, greenhouse gas emissions, climate change, agriculture, Western Australia
Agricultural Economics | Environmental Sciences | Sustainability
Sudmeyer, R, Parker, J, Nath, T and Ghose, A, 2014, Carbon farming in relation to Western Australian agriculture, Bulletin 4856, Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia.
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