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Sat, 30/04/16 – 22:49 | Posted by Jonathan Schultz

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– this article waoriginally published on the Carbon Pulse Website, 1 April 2016, By Stian Reklev – stian@carbon-pulse.com

Australia’s Queensland state government has teamed up with project developer Green Collar to bid for projects that can generate carbon credits under the federal government’s Emissions Reductions Fund (ERF).

The two parties have set up the new Catchment Conservation Alliance (CCA), they announced Friday.

Green Collar will use data and information provided by the state government to bid for projects in ERF using existing methodologies. The CCA will also develop conservation projects within the Great Barrier Reef and river catchments.

To Read the full article follow the link: Queensland govt teams up with project developer to win ERF projects

First Avoided Clearing Project Queensland
Sat, 30/04/16 – 22:45 | Posted by Jonathan Schultz

– this article was originally published on the ABC Rural 11 March 2016, By Sarina Locke

First project to apply for carbon credits from the Government to not clear native vegetation in Queensland

As debate rages in Queensland about land …

MEDIA RELEASE: GreenCollar expands executive team with key strategic hire
Fri, 20/11/15 – 16:32 | Posted by James Schultz

 
Sydney, NSW – 18 November 2015
GreenCollar is pleased to announce the appointment of Raphael Wood as Head of Development Strategy. With over a decade in the business and investment sector and 5 years’ experience in government, …

COMMUNITY EVENT: CARBON FARMING ROMA AND CHARLEVILLE
Fri, 20/11/15 – 10:52 | Posted by James Schultz

Carbon Farming on your property – identify the real opportunity in rural QLD
Date: Tuesday 15th December
Time: 11:00am – 3:00pm 
Location: Roma Explorers Inn, 44778 Warrego Hwy, Roma
Date: Wednesday 16th December
Time: 11:00am – 3:00pm
Location: Charleville RSL, …

ABC’s The World Today interviews James Schultz about GreenCollar’s work in the Western Division
Thu, 14/05/15 – 15:01 | Posted by James Schultz

-This article was originally published on ABC’s The World Today website on Wednesday 15 April by Jessica Kidd
http://www.abc.net.au/worldtoday/content/2015/s4216777.htm
AUDIO TRANSCIPT
BRENDAN TREMBATH: Proven solutions to cut pollution are on the auction block today in a new Federal …

Western New South Wales farmers big winners in Australia’s first carbon abatement auction securing half the $660m funding
Fri, 1/05/15 – 10:46 | Posted by James Schultz

-This article was originally published on the ABC Rural website, 30 April 2015
Western New South Wales farmers big winners in Australia’s first carbon abatement auction securing half the $660m funding
By Sarina Locke ABC Rural
Each farmer …

MEDIA RELEASE: – ERF funding provides certainty for investment in carbon abatement
Fri, 24/04/15 – 14:15 | Posted by James Schultz

Contracts awarded under the first Emissions Reduction Fund auction means certainty for continued investment in carbon abatement activities, according to Australia’s peak body for carbon market participants.
“Following the repeal of the carbon tax, Australia’s domestic …

Rural Social Network – Farmz.com.au
Thu, 5/02/15 – 16:20 | Posted by James Schultz

GreenCollar is proud to announce our support for the newly launched social media network Farmz.com.au.  The social network site is the brainchild of sixth-generation beef cattle producer Alex Sparkes and is now helping farms across …

Carbon Farming and GreenCollar on Landline
Wed, 12/11/14 – 11:36 | Posted by James Schultz

 – this Broadcast was originally aired on the The ABC’s Landline, 9 November 2014 
Carbon Farming 
Reported by Sean Murphy
Landline ABC
November 9, 2014

http://greencollarclimate.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/LANb_CarbonFarming_0911_512k.mp4
 
PIP COURTNEY, PRESENTER:
Last week, the Senate breathed life into the Abbott Government’s Direct Action climate policy, which …

The Age: Wide, brown land becomes a home to carbon farming
Thu, 21/08/14 – 11:50 | Posted by James Schultz
The Age: Wide, brown land becomes a home to carbon farming

 – this article was originally published on the The Age website, 17 August 2014 
Wide, brown land becomes a home to carbon farming
By Tom Arup
Environment editor, The Age
August 17, 2014
On Peter Yench’s sheep farm the bulldozers are ready. …

MEDIA RELEASE: First carbon credits issued from protecting native forest in NSW Western Lands
Mon, 24/02/14 – 12:38 | Posted by GreenCollar
MEDIA RELEASE: First carbon credits issued from protecting native forest in NSW Western Lands

SYDNEY, 24 February 2014 – GreenCollar Group is pleased to announce issuance of the first ever Australian Carbon Credit Units (ACCUs) for a Native Forest Protection project on a Western Lands lease.
This is a significant achievement for …