Australia will 'regret' putting price on soil carbon

By Liv Casben
Updated February 21 2024 - 4:15am, first published 3:33am
More than a thousand delegates from 19 countries have descended on Perth for the evokeAG conference. (Liv Casben/AAP PHOTOS)
More than a thousand delegates from 19 countries have descended on Perth for the evokeAG conference. (Liv Casben/AAP PHOTOS)

A price on soil and tree carbon is leading to significant land use change at the expense of agricultural land according to a leading carbon farming expert.

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