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Big results at Big Tree

Big results at Big Tree

In 2006, Wayne Hamblin worked with Greenfleet to plant a native forest of 10,000 trees over 16 hectares of his property in NSW to improve the biodiversity of the large sheep and cropping farm, create shelter belts to protect livestock and stabilise creeklines. Nine years later Wayne says the area is “just magic”.

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13 Apr 2015

Impactful before and after pics of our native 13-year old forest north of Albury, NSW

Impactful before and after pics of our native 13-year old forest north of Albury, NSW

These before and after pics show the progress we've made on this 6-hecatre site to restore natural forest after planting over 5,000 native trees in 2002.

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9 Apr 2015

Corporate carbon offset buyers go the extra mile in fighting climate change

Corporate carbon offset buyers go the extra mile in fighting climate change

Companies that include offset purchases as part of a carbon management strategy are also taking concrete action to address climate change through energy efficiency, green product design, and other means, according to a new Ecosystem Marketplace report.

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31 Mar 2015

Investigating blue carbon capture to tackle climate change

Investigating blue carbon capture to tackle climate change

Greenfleet has teamed up with one of the world's leading conservation organisation, The Nature Conservancy, and Deakin University, to explore how Australia can support projects that sequester carbon in coastal vegetation.

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30 Mar 2015

Go beyond the hour on March 28!

Go beyond the hour on March 28!

This year, go beyond the Earth Hour... Turn if off for an hour and offset your electricity usage for a year with Greenfleet's responsible carbon offsets.

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26 Mar 2015

Forests: the frontline against climate change

Forests: the frontline against climate change

Join Greenfleet and the rest of the world as we celebrate forests and their vital role in mitigating climate change on the International Day of Forests on March 21.

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17 Mar 2015

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