The Clean Energy Legislation passed by the Australian Parliament on 8 November 2011 links the carbon price to the Carbon Farming Initiative (CFI). Under the Carbon Credits (Carbon Farming Initiative) Act 2011 (the Act), proponents need to consider regional natural resource management (NRM) plans to ensure that tree plantings for carbon bio-sequestration maximise environmental benefits and avoid unintended adverse effects on biodiversity, water and agricultural production systems.
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Salinity, Carbon farming, vwater resources, tree planting
Raper, P, and Gardiner, P. (2014), Salinity risk mapping for assessing Carbon Farming Initiative proposals: decision support and data requirements. Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, Western Australia, Perth. Report 390.
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