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The evolution of ‘Direct Action’: soil magic to magic pudding

The Coalition’s absurd Direct Action climate policy, always grossly underfunded, will now have to provide compensation for firms after the repeal of the carbon price as well. It’s not affordable.

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Soil carbon: time to bury the emissions problem

The United Nations has highlighted the depletion of the world’s precious soil resources as one of the world’s biggest environmental challenges, and says that boosting soil carbon will play a critical role in slowing and halting the growth in greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. The issue of soil erosion, its potential impacts on underground aquifers, […]

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‘Direct action’ in more trouble as ‘soil magic’ blowouts loom

The cost of “soil magic” under the Coalition’s “direct action” climate change plan may have been challenged by Greg Hunt himself.

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Garnaut details the potential of ‘green carbon’ — but we need a price

Ross Garnaut has returned to the issue of biosequestration, and shows a carbon price, not “direct action” is needed to realise its benefits.

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Soil carbon: big potential, but maybe not yet?

The Coalition is relying heavily on soil carbon to provide emissions reductions under its new climate change plan. Not so fast, say experts.

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