Workshop Manual: The business case for carbon farming: improving your farm’s sustainability (January 2021)

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Complying with a methodology and starting a project

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1. Introduction: background to the business case

This chapter lays out the basic background and groundwork of the manual

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1.1 Overview

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1.2 Being clear about the reasons for participating

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1.3 Key steps in a decision process

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1.4 Working through the business case for carbon farming

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1.5 Factors determining project economics

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1.6 Elements of the business case

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1.7 Building an economic case

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1.8 Important features of the business case

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1.9 The plan of this manual

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2. How carbon is farmed under the ERF

This chapter considers in detail the activities that constitute carbon farming

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2.1 The scope of carbon farming under the ERF

How carbon is farmed under the ERF

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2.2 Emissions avoidance activities

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2.3 Sequestration activities

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2.4 The negative list

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2.5 Carbon farming under the Emissions Reduction Fund

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2.6 Who's who in the CFI and the ERF

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3. The policy context and the price of ACCUs

This chapter takes a broad look at the policy context for carbon farming

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3.1 The policy context

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3.2 A documented climate challenge…

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3.3 … with numerous policy responses

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