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Healthy Soils and Even Healthier Farms

Soil is often referred to as the ‘biggest carbon sink on earth that we have control over’. But how exactly can soil carbon benefit farmers?   To answer this question, we…

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Herd Management: Beefing up profits on the carbon market

Planting trees isn’t everything. For many graziers with high numbers of livestock or broadacre farmers trying to maximise the productivity of their property, land use is of paramount importance. While carbon farming might be…

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Regenerative agriculture and carbon farming

Regenerative agriculture and carbon farming: Synergies and opportunities Carbon farming – you’ve heard of it, and you probably have a fair idea of what it involves. But how does regenerative...
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Profit with Purpose: driving change through the market

At GreenCollar, being a ‘Profit for Purpose’ business means more than maintaining a coexistence between our environmental impact and our bottom line. For us, business strategy is entirely inextricable from…

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GreenCollar acquires Devine Agribusiness Carbon

GreenCollar, Australia’s largest environmental markets investor and project developer, has today announced its acquisition of highly-regarded Devine Agribusiness Carbon (DAC) in a transaction poised to deliver Queensland primary p roducers…

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Case study: Peeling the Lid off the Banana Plastic Industry

The humble banana is both delicious and nutritious. But fans of the fruit may not know that the plastic banana bunch covers used by farmers to protect bananas from insects,...
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Reframing the Real Value of Carbon Farming

From Co-Benefits to Core Benefits: Reframing the Real Value of Carbon Farming By Nerida Bradley, Chief Operating Officer This week, the UN-backed ‘Race to Zero’ had its first anniversary.  In…

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GreenCollar pioneers mechanism for plastic waste reduction

GreenCollar launches a new Plastic Credits program in the wake of the global plastic crisis.

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Carbon farming 101

Carbon farming 101: How land managers can generate additional revenue by helping the environment

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