What’s Involved in Implementing a Carbon Project?
To begin any carbon project, there will need to be an assessment undertaken for the best suited methodology and standard relevant to your project, business or land type. Some of these methodologies include:
– Vegetation Regeneration
– Tree planting
– Savannah Burning
– Herd Management
– Avoided Clearing/Deforestation
– Soil Carbon
– Biochar Carbon
– Reef Credits
*Please note that carbon/reef credit and biodiversity potential will vary depending on current management, project size, annual rainfall and geographical location.
A carbon pre-feasibility assessment will need to be completed to assess the your project’s ‘carbon potential’ and ‘change of management strategy’ for project eligibility requirements.
Some examples of the changes in management required include:
– Regenerative grazing (rotational/planned stocking and restocking);
– Multi-species pasture cropping
– Biochar application to soil
– Better fire regime planning
– Improved fencing and water infrastructure
– Supplementary cattle feed to reduce methane emissions
– Avoided deforestation or land degradation for marine area restoration.
Climate Revive undertakes a 3-step process approach:
Undertake prefeasibility assessments for your project.
Design and develop the most effective management strategy.
Implement the strategy through practical application.