The NFF’s 28 April 2017 submission highlighted the opportunity for climate policy frameworks to be improved to better support the participation of farmers in the carbon market. The submission highlighted opportunities for carbon policy to be framed in way that recognise multiple benefits of activities– such as productivity, and the biodiversity and water quality services.
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