Kangaroos and greenhouse gases

There is global urgency to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. In the agriculture sector this reduction must be balanced with meeting increasing global protein demands.

Australia’s goal is to reach net zero by 2050 and the Australian red meat industry target is to be net zero by 2030 while also doubling production. Achieving these objectives relies on offsets because methods to reduce enteric methane (CH4) emissions (that is approximately 10 % of Australia’s total emissions) are not available. If activities

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A Million Dead Icons

I tried to select a quote from the video to go with this post, but there were too many… Watching this video is hard. It shows how it’s cruel to do nothing. Its also damaging and wasting natural resources.

We have been striving for improved kangaroo management for decades but the same boom and bust cycles look like continuing. State Governments have first responsibility. Should they be held accountable? The National Government should bring them together and lead a coordinated

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Increasing the distribution of koalas through proprietorship

With the Koala now listed as endangered in NSW, Queensland, and ACT, and the prediction that they could be extinct by 2050, the need for developing and trialling innovative approaches to conservation is critical. It is evident that the millions of dollars spent thus far, and the various programs and initiatives have had little to no impact on the conservation status of Koalas.

Researchers at AWS are working on proposing the establishment of a predator-proof and disease-free sanctuary for koalas

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