Macintosh papers slam regulator, ERAC defence of controversial ACCU method

Published 07:43 on July 14, 2022  /  Last updated at 07:43 on July 14, 2022  /  Asia Pacific, Australia  /  No Comments

Australia National University has published two more studies attacking the human induced regeneration (HIR) offset methodology and the way in which it has been defended by the Clean Energy Regulator and the government’s carbon credit oversight committee.

Australia National University has published two more studies attacking the human induced regeneration (HIR) offset methodology and the way in which it has been defended by the Clean Energy Regulator and the government’s carbon credit oversight committee.

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