Australia awards A$29 mln in grants to boost soil carbon measurement technologies

Published 09:18 on November 18, 2022  /  Last updated at 09:18 on November 18, 2022  /  Asia Pacific, Australia, International, Nature-based, Voluntary  /  No Comments

The Australian government has awarded nearly A$29 million ($19.5 mln) in funding to farmers and land managers to make it easier for them to measure the amount of carbon in their soils, a joint statement from the ministers for climate change and agriculture announced on Friday.

The Australian government has awarded nearly A$29 million ($19.5 mln) in funding to farmers and land managers to make it easier for them to measure the amount of carbon in their soils, a joint statement from the ministers for climate change and agriculture announced on Friday.

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