Indigenous Land Corporation takes a first step with sale of carbon credits
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The first Indigenous generated, Kyoto compliant Australian Carbon Credit Units (ACCUs) have been successfully sold on the open carbon market.
In an Australian first, the Indigenous Land Corporation (ILC) has sold all of its 25,884 ACCUs to Caltex Australia through an open Expression of Interest process.
The carbon credits were generated through controlled savannah burning during 2011 and 2012...
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