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Biodiverse Carbon is a wholly owned subsidiary company of Greening Australia. We specialise in environmental credit markets (carbon, biodiversity and water) and innovative investment models to rapidly scale the investment available for land restoration projects across Australia.

Unlike projects that focus purely on carbon, we take an integrated approach. Every stage of our projects, from planning stage to onground delivery, are strategically designed to ensure that economic, community and environmental co-benefits are maximised.

 

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Please note we currently specialise in large-scale carbon offsets of >600 carbon credits (tonnes, tCO2-e).

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Our carbon offset services include

  • Cost effective approaches to creating carbon credits from large-scale revegetation
  • Development of carbon neutral plans
  • Cost effective carbon credit project development and portfolio management
  • Sale of carbon credits from projects in amazing places with outstanding stories, and proven impacts for biodiversity and farm productivity
  • Cost effective approaches to creating carbon credits from large-scale revegetation
  • Development of carbon neutral plans
  • Cost effective carbon credit project development and portfolio management
  • Sale of carbon credits from projects in amazing places with outstanding stories, and proven impacts for biodiversity and farm productivity

Our Team

Todd

Berkinshaw

Chief Executive Officer - Biodiverse Carbon

James

McGregor

General Manager and Major Project Originator - Biodiverse Carbon

Sneha

Rajan

Environmental Finance and Investment Manager - Biodiverse Carbon

Dr Marnie

Telfer

National Carbon Technical Manager - Biodiverse Carbon

In Western Australia’s South-West – a globally recognised biodiversity hotspot – the Peniup project has restored 1,000 hectares of wildlife habitat for the endangered Carnaby’s Black-Cockatoo and Malleefowl.

In South Australia, the Morella project has restored 750 hectares adjacent to one of Australia’s most important wetland areas, the Coorong and Lower Lakes wetland complex. This has been designated a Wetland of International Importance under the Ramsar Convention.