Climate Change /Carbon

Rangelands NRM works with our industry, business, government and community partners to engage in education and activity to slow climate change by reducing the release of and trap (sequester) greenhouse gases through better land and sea management.

Demystifying Carbon Webinar

Carbon farming in Australia is a growing industry and is making an important contribution to reducing emissions and meeting our international obligations to the Paris Agreement.

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Reducing runoff and silt loads impacting the Shark Bay WHA

Climate change – resulting in more frequent flooding of the Wooramel River that leads into Shark Bay World Heritage Area (WHA) – may threaten the unique environment.

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Climate Mate

The Northern Australia Climate Program (NACP)  aims to improve seasonal climate forecasting to producers across Northern Australia and provide climate knowledge and information to help producers better manage climate associated risks.

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Creating a community of practice to manage for climate change across the WA rangelands

This Project will challenge producers and producer groups to increase their awareness and ability to cope with seasonal and environmental changes arising from increasing climatic variation.

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Carbon Awareness

The Carbon Farming Awareness Project, funded by the Western Australian State Government’s Royalties for Regions (R4R) Program, commenced in 2012.

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Smart Farms – Revitalising the Southern Rangelands – Hillview Station

This case study is based on the Smart Farms Project Revitalising the Southern Rangelands and the pastoral industry through advanced and refined grazing management project. Here we explore the outcomes of exploring and implementing new technology and techniques at Hillview station, a regenrative pastoral station working to adapt to the continual pressures of drought and other climate pressures.

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