Soil Organic Carbon Review

Soil carbon dynamics and the potential of management to influence its sequestration and storage is receiving global recognition.

The Australian federal government’s emissions trading scheme includes a list of eligible activities landholders can use to earn Australian Carbon Credit Units (ACCUs) through documenting soil carbon stocks over time.

In this publication, Viridios Capital’s Nature Based Solutions Project Manager, Alice Debney, and the University of New England’s Dr Lisa Lobry de Bruyn provide a systematic literature review to establish the nature and geographical spread of evidence on the impact of grazing management and legume inclusion in pastoral systems (two of the eligible management activities) on soil carbon stocks.

Complete the form on this page to download the report, titled: “The effect of grazing management and legumes on soil organic carbon stocks in pastoral systems relevant to the Australian Carbon Credit Unit Scheme: a critical review”.

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