Australian businesses, land holders and communities can take part in the Emissions Reduction Fund (ERF), by reducing emissions or storing carbon in soils and vegetation through various activities.
Methodology determinations (or methods) determine the rules and eligible activities for running an ERF project. To register a project and be credited for emissions reductions, your project must follow one of the active methods.
These are the ERF methods currently available to register new projects.
Opportunities for industry page to learn how about opportunities for industry to participate in the ERF.
Opportunities for the land sector page to learn how about opportunities for the land sector to participate in the ERF.
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