Carbon market priority for agriculture is to shore up its own supply chain requirements ahead of the big polluters

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Updated January 18 2023 - 12:08pm, first published 12:00pm
This image from the front cover of the Chubb review illustrates the need for agriculture to assess where they sit when it come to carbon neutrality. Image: Supplied
This image from the front cover of the Chubb review illustrates the need for agriculture to assess where they sit when it come to carbon neutrality. Image: Supplied

As the carbon market continues to grapple with the fall-out from the Chubb Review what is clear is that farmers need to know where they sit in relation to carbon neutrality.

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Jamie Brown

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