Carbon farming FAQ

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General

Partnering with Climate Friendly enables you to continue to focus on what you do best – managing your land – while our expert team helps you navigate the process of becoming a carbon farmer.

  • We assess whether one or more approved carbon farming methods are suitable for your land and business needs.
  • We then help you to register your carbon farming project and to manage audits and project reporting once the project is up and running.
  • We also provide advice on options for selling your carbon credits, making sure you receive an income in return for your contribution to tackling the climate challenge.

There is no one size fits all approach. That’s why our project managers take the time to get to know you and your situation properly. We operate across Australia, working with farmers, agribusiness, estate managers and traditional custodians.

Our project managers can complete a fast initial assessment and let you know up front the value that you can expect from a carbon farming project on your land, so that you can make the best management decisions for your business.

If you decide to take advantage of the opportunity that carbon farming provides, we’ll work with you to take care of the initial registration process, ongoing project reporting and make a solid plan to help you manage your land for carbon farming.

We can help you:

  • Work out if you qualify for a carbon farming project partnership with us;
  • Work out what type of project will best suit your land and your current activities;
  • Help you register and report on your project;
  • Help you select the best option for trading your carbon credits and get the best value.

Throughout the life of your project, our team of experts will be working for you behind the scenes to help you manage the carbon farming project and take care of the compliance and reporting obligations.

 

Project

The minimum size of a carbon project varies significantly based on the carbon farming method used, the climate conditions of the region you are in (these impact how much carbon a project in your area might store), and the current market price for carbon credits.

We can help you:

  • Work out if you qualify for a carbon farming project partnership with us;
  • Work out what type of project will best suit your land and your current activities;
  • Help you register and report on your project;
  • Help you select the best option for trading your carbon credits for the best value.

Throughout the life of your project, our team of experts will be working for you behind the scenes to help you manage the carbon farming project and take care of the compliance and reporting obligations.

You can combine carbon farming and other types of land use on the same piece of land.

Our in-house compliance experts will help assess this and help you work out what you can and can’t do.

Still got questions? Contact us today