Australia’s Carbon Credit System Falls Short

According to a major new study, Australia’s main carbon offset method is failing globally and doing little, if anything, to help address the climate crisis.

Research by eleven academics found that the most popular technique used to create offsets in Australia, known as “human-induced regeneration,” which was pledged to regenerate scrubby outback forests, mainly had not improved tree cover as promised between about 2015 and 2022. Read More

News Credit: The Guardian

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