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The market for Australian Carbon Credit Units has been thriving, but recent developments have thrust it into the spotlight – which may not be a bad thing.
Changes to how government buys carbon credits could see holders collectively benefit from a A$2.4bn windfall from sales on the open market instead.
The Australian agtech investor invested alongside Macdoch Ventures and Global Founders Capital in nature-based solutions provider Cecil.
Sandmount Farms, built by goFARM over several years and prepared for further development, is likely to sell for more than A$250m.
The purchase of Ottley in NSW diversifies the Packhorse Pastoral Company portfolio as it continues to raise capital for its inaugural fund.
Australia’s Emissions Reduction Fund will expand the number of projects eligible to generate Australian carbon credit units by adding options for plantation forestry.
A new research project in Australia aims to quantify the benefits of investing in natural capital, with hopes that it can shape farming practices for generations to come.
Farmland, tractor, row crops
The Sydney-headquartered fund manager has secured commitments from the Clean Energy Finance Corporation and the SDG Kempen Farmland Fund for its Transforming Farming Platform.
Hurdles remain, but opportunities in ESG investment, private credit and from foreign investors point to enormous potential in Australian agriculture.
In a ‘pioneering first’, Impact Ag Partners this month sold A$500,000 of carbon credits to Microsoft through a voluntary market established by Regen Network.
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