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Queensland govt teams up with project developer to win ERF projects

Posted by: Schultz on Saturday, 30 April 2016

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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.

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