Resilience and opportunity : regions and the roll-out of Australia's greenhouse gas abatement programs. A manual for Queensland's NRM regions
Preece, N., van Oosterzee, P., Dale, A., Eberhard , R., Armstrong, G., Vella, K., & Sweatman, C. (2013) Resilience and opportunity : regions and the roll-out of Australia's greenhouse gas abatement programs. A manual for Queensland's NRM regions. National Environmental Research Program - Tropical Ecosystems Hub, 1st Edition. Australian Government - Department of Environment, Canberra, ACT.
Voluntary and compliance markets for forest carbon and other (emission avoidance and biosequestration) activities are growing internationally and across Australia. Queensland and its Natural Resource Management (NRM) regions have an opportunity to take a variety of actions to help guide these markets to secure multiple landscape benefits and to build landscape resilience in the face of climate change. As the national arrangements for offsets within Australia’s Clean Energy Package (CEP) and emissions trading environment emerge, Queensland’s regions can prepare themselves and their landholding communities to take advantage of these opportunities to deliver improved climate resilience in their regional landscapes.
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|Copyright Owner:||Copyright 2013 Noel Preece, Penny van Oosterzee/Biocarbon Pty Ltd / The Cairns Institute (JCU), Griffith University, RRRC,
Queensland Government, Australian Government, Fitzroy Basin Association and Terrain NRM Ltd.
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