The Clean Energy Regulator and the Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources is seeking views on proposed changes to sampling requirements for the following Emissions Reduction Fund methods and their subsidiary documents; the
Carbon Credits (Carbon Farming Initiative – Sequestering Carbon in Soils in Grazing Systems) Methodology Determination 2014, and the
Carbon Credits (Carbon Farming Initiative — Measurement of Soil Carbon Sequestration in Agricultural Systems) Methodology Determination 2018.
The consultation document includes:
The Clean Energy Regulator and the Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources are seeking feedback on whether:
The Clean Energy Regulator is managing the consultation and will work with the Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources to consider feedback and responses, as appropriate. If you would like to make a submission on the
Proposed changes to subsidiary documents and sampling guidance for measurement-based soil carbon methods, please email
5pm AEDT, Friday 27 March 2020.
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