Can carbon farming and carbon credits reduce emissions and reverse climate change?

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By Soofia Tariq
March 24 2022 - 11:00pm
Charles Massey standing in a paddock filled with native grasses, including kangaroo grass. Picture: Soofia Tariq

On the Monaro plain in southern New South Wales, a farmer is showing us the Kangaroo grass that has reappeared on his property. Unlike a lot of neighbouring properties, this farm is filled with native grasses that come up to your knees. The farmer points out the kangaroo grass scattered throughout the paddock, and in the distance you can see patches of the orange native that once dominated this landscape.

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Soofia Tariq

Cadet Journalist

Soofia joined the Canberra Times in 2022 as the cadet. She previously interned and was an audio producer at The Guardian Australia. She has also worked at 2SER Radio and City Hub Sydney. Her email is soofia.tariq@canberratimes.com.au

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