Continuing from Unpacking Land-related Emissions Abatement Potential (Part 1: Agriculture) Forestry remains the most important part of LULUCF – with the greatest potential as a sink but also as a major contributor to emissions. Compared to agricultural levers, forestry levers are more expensive to implement and oftentimes, in the case of… read more
Over the past several months, the Australian Coalition Government’s proposed direct action plan has drawn considerable criticism from leading climate change experts. The plan, which centers on the use of financial incentives to encourage industries’ emissions reductions, would replace the country’s carbon tax introduced by the previous Labor government. Experts… read more
Generally, LULUCF abatement solutions are natural, readily available, and unlike some of the other sectors, can be implemented with existing technology.