Case Study: The Yarra Yarra Biodiversity Corridor
The Yarra Yarra Biodiversity Corridor is a multi-species native reforestation project, located about 400km north of Perth and established by Carbon Neutral. The project aims to reconnect remnant vegetation sites and link 12 nature reserves across a vast tract of land covering about 10,000 square kilometres. Built along the ancient Yarra Yarra drainage line, it’s the first Australian sustainability project to achieve the international Gold Standard certification. It has a carbon sequestration potential of 1.25 million tonnes CO2-e.
Case Study: The Bulga Downs Rangelands Restoration
The Bulga Downs Rangelands Restoration Project, 340 km north of Kalgoorlie, is expected to sequester 80,000 tonnes of carbon per year over 25 years through low-cost revegetation activities and revised land management practices including livestock management, water point placement and additional fencing to encourage further revegetation.