Western Australia govt moves to unblock A$65 mln carbon credit bottleneck

Published 10:18 on September 4, 2019  /  Last updated at 10:19 on September 4, 2019  /  Asia Pacific, Australia  /  No Comments

The Western Australian government on Wednesday launched a public consultation on landholder consent for regeneration projects, a process that’s expected to unblock around 40 projects with some A$65 million ($44 mln) in government offset contracts and pave the way for new development.

The Western Australian government on Wednesday launched a public consultation on landholder consent for regeneration projects, a process that’s expected to unblock around 40 projects with some A$65 million ($44 mln) in government offset contracts and pave the way for new development.

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