Savanna Burning

Land managers and traditional custodians in northern Australia can conduct strategic early dry season burning and firefighting as part of a savanna carbon farming project to reduce the risk of uncontrolled savanna wildfires. This reduces emissions and enables additional carbon to be stored in growing vegetation.

Projects must be located on land in northern Australia that receive a higher rainfall and have been designated as suitable for this project method by the Australian government. Projects that focus on monitoring avoided emissions from wildfires can be conducted on a year-on-year basis, while projects that also monitor carbon stored in growing vegetation can be implemented for 25 or 100 years.

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