Understanding market mechanisms: making money from environmental stewardship programs
Webinar 3 in a 3-part series
What are the different opportunities for maximising the value of your farm as an environmental asset from biodiversity to carbon?
In this webinar, we will continue to considering the best ways to access the available carbon in your farm for economic and environmental benefit.
Farmers are set to be major suppliers of Environmental Goods and Services using mechanisms such as the carbon credit market. As these markets grow in volume, scope, and scale, it is important that farmers get fair access. Today we will be looking at the potential for more farmers to gain access to a fairer deal from the Environmental Goods and Services market through knowing and understanding the processes that they can adopt for best practice returns.
Followed by a Q&A session
To get in touch with Max Downes contact email@example.com
Weblinks referred to in the webinar:
- For more information about all types of biodiversity credits to explore stacking: https://www.bct.nsw.gov.au/apply-biodiversity-stewardship-agreement
- The consultants that Max uses to do their assessments: http://www.ecoaus.com.au/
- If you are interested in biodiversity offsets in NSW see the online info sessions (7th – 21st September 2021): https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/bsa-online-information-sessions-tickets-167683751615
- Other options for market mechnisms in priority areas of NSW focussed on agricultural landscape: https://www.bct.nsw.gov.au/conservation-management-program
- See also the Carbon plus biodiversity pilot: https://www.agriculture.gov.au/sites/default/files/documents/carbon-biodiversity-pilot.pdf
Disclaimer: these weblinks represent the views and sharings from the audience and are not endorsed by the panelists, Farming Together or Southern Cross University.