The Carbon Farming Initiative (CFI) has offered opportunities for income generation for carbon abatement and sequestration activities for a number of entities, including Indigenous groups. One of the earliest methodologies approved under the CFI certified traditional savanna burning, for example.
The CFI is set to remain – and even expand – if the government is successful in replacing the current carbon pricing mechanismwith its Direct Action Plan (DAP). That, in turn, could mean expanded opportunities for Indigenous groups to expand their activities in CFI projects on native land.
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