On 1 July 2015, two savanna burning methods developed under the Carbon Farming Initiative were revoked. These methods are closed for new entry. Projects already registered under a revoked method may continue to use that method.
Savanna burning methods can be used to reduce methane (CH4) and nitrous oxide (N2O) released by fire into the atmosphere through the use of strategic early dry season fire management across savannas in the tropical north of Australia.
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