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Tod River Dam works move to revegetation

A safety upgrade of the Tod River Dam has been finished with attention now turning to revegetation of the area. SA Water has completed the $6.3-million upgrade of the dam, which is located 27 kilometres north of Port Lincoln, to ensure the safety of the offline…

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Cane toads flee as CQ land care groups receive funding boost

ON the front line in the war against the cane toad invasion, Bethlea Bell from Greening Australia has received some timely financial reinforcements. Her cane toad eradication project is one of 10 projects led by local not-for-profit organisations who have been awarded $120,000 in community…

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Carbon Offsets Really Do Help Lower Emissions

A new study examining the efficacy of paying to preserve forests finds that carbon offsets do produce genuine emissions reductions. The study, published in the journal Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment by three Stanford University researchers, examines California’s carbon offset program. It allows businesses…

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Offsets policy up for review

Environment Minister Stephen Dawson says the State’s environment authority will soon undergo a review amid calls for a procedural shake-up and claims of systematic failings in the Capes region. The WA Environmental Offsets Policy was established in 2011 to oversee the identification and application of…

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