Australian developers renew push to earn carbon credits from killing camels

Published 09:50 on January 7, 2020  /  Last updated at 09:50 on January 7, 2020  /  Asia Pacific, Australia, Bavardage, Conversations  /  No Comments

Australian firm RegenCo is lobbying the environment ministry to issue carbon credits for culling feral camels as part of a strategy to manage the country’s large population, which experts say is responsible for significant greenhouse gas emissions.

Australian firm RegenCo is lobbying the environment ministry to issue carbon credits for culling feral camels as part of a strategy to manage the country’s large population, which experts say is responsible for significant greenhouse gas emissions.

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