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Australia’s carbon credits system a failure on global scale.
Research by 11 academics found the most popular technique used to create offsets in Australia, known as “human-induced regeneration” and pledged to regenerate scrubby outback forests, had mostly not improved tree cover as promised between about 2015 and 2022.
The peer-reviewed study, published in the nature journal Communications Earth & Environment, analysed 182 projects in arid and semi-desert areas and found forest cover had either barely grown or gone backwards in nearly 80%

  • Munene Mugambi

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    Australia's carbon credits system is portrayed in a negative light, indicating significant shortcomings in the nation's environmental policies. The system's failure on a global scale highlights Australia's insufficient commitment to combatting climate change, undermining broader international efforts in environmental stewardship. Very poor

    • Gorffly mokua

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      This is a great failure on a global scale, and it is concerning and highlights the need for robust and responsible environmental policies.

      • Munene Mugambi

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        @gorffly_mokua I'm obliged to agree with you. You effectively emphasize on the gravity of the situation regarding Australia's carbon credits system, showing the urgent need for more effective environmental policies. It is time for better policies and better execution of the same in regards to this matter

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