May 2012
Air Quality & Climate Change;May2012, Vol. 46 Issue 2, pEI-3
Academic Journal
The article reports that an expert panel for carbon farming, the Domestic Offsets Integrity Committee (DOIC) was appointed to assess methodologies for developing carbon credits under the Carbon farming Initiative (CFI) that will enable farmers and landholders to benefit from the carbon market.


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