The Department of Environment and Science, through the Land Restoration Fund has supported six Kickstarting the Market Pilot Projects. The Pilot Projects explore Queensland’s opportunities to participate in the carbon market while also gaining additional value from associated economic, social, cultural and environmental co-benefits.
The Department of Environment and Science and Southern Gulf NRM welcome landholders, Carbon Service Providers and other interested parties to join a webinar which will explore each of the six Kickstarting the Market Pilot Projects and their outcomes.
Gillian Mayne | Department of Environment and Science Introduction to the Land Introducing the Land Restoration Fund
Dr Micheli Duarte de Paula Costa | Deakin University
Blue carbon opportunities in Queensland: how much and where?
Kayler Plant | Southern Gulf NRM
Facilitating adoption of the Beef Cattle Herd Management Method as
a foundation for the Land Restoration Fund in North-West Queensland
Balkanu Cape York Development Corporation Pty Ltd
Strategic analysis of Cape York Peninsula fire patterns leading to increased carbon credits through optimised regional management
Chelsy Maloney | Terrain Natural Resource Management
Kickstarting cassowary credits for carbon and community
Leanne Sommer | World Wide Fund for Nature Australia
Protecting threatened species and restoring grazing land
Kerri Woodcock | Cape York Natural Resource Management Ltd
Kickstarting action carbon, culture, ecology and economies in Cape York