Article originally by Eric Roston, Bloomberg Many companies bent on zeroing out carbon emissions by mid-century or sooner are seeing their ambitions run up against the same big obstacle: there aren’t enough trees. One of the most popular ways for businesses to reduce their net emissions is to buy carbon-reduction credits, or “offsets,” for things like…

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Original article by Richard Holden, ABC News As well as restoring dignity to the Oval Office, another thing that will definitely change under a Biden presidency is US policy on the environment. Biden’s plan for “a clean energy revolution and environmental justice” includes rejoining the Paris Agreement on climate change, investing US$1.7 trillion over the next…

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Article originally by Mark Phelps, Queensland Country Life AUSTRALIAN developed feed supplements could have big implications for the wider livestock industry, research coming out of South East Asia shows. The new research reveals the medicated molasses blocks – designed for tropical conditions including northern Australia – are driving both increased productivity and as a consequence,…

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Original article by Mark Phelps, Queensland Country Life NOVATIVE animal nutrition company AgCoTech has signed a memorandum of understanding with state-owned Indonesian company PT Rajawali Nusantara Indonesia (Persero), which could lead to the widespread adoption of Australian-developed methane reducing technology in that nation’s cattle industry. The signing of the MOU is in line with Indonesian…

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Original article by The Cattle Council of Australia The Australian red meat industry’s plan for carbon-neutral beef and lamb has set a clear, achievable and practical path for making Australian meat the most sustainable in the world. The CN30 Carbon Neutral by 2030 Roadmap was released by Meat and Livestock Australia today. Cattle Council President Tony Hegarty…

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