Olkola Ajin 2014 Savannah burning project successfully completed

The Olkola Ajin Savannah Burning Project provides a long-term investment stream into this remote Aboriginal community, creating local employment for traditional owner rangers to complement existing or potential government investments. The project has a positive impact on the climate reducing up to 50,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions each year across an area of about […]

A tribute to Phillip Toyne AO 1947 – 2015

It is with great sadness that the Board of Directors of Natural Carbon Pty Ltd announce the death of its esteemed board member, Phillip Toyne AO. As Director of EcoFutures, Phillip was instrumental in the formation of Natural Carbon, a joint venture of EcoFutures, Climate Friendly, South Pole Carbon, McCullough Robertson and Object Consulting. Natural […]

Land handover in North Queensland to Olkola people

Last week one of the biggest land handbacks in Australia’s history took place in North Queensland. Ancestral homelands on the Cape York Peninsula are being returned to the Olkola people, bringing an end to more than two decades of campaigning and negotiation. After being locked out of their traditional lands for almost a century, the handover is a […]

Savannah burning project update

The Olkola project is now under way. Josh Harris and Isaac West from the Natural Carbon team met last week with the Olkola Corporation Board and Rangers to discuss implementation of the project.

Carbon Seminar – Thursday 31 July 2014

Australia’s climate change policy is in a state of flux with the Federal Government keen for the carbon tax to make way for its Direct Action Policy. While repeal of the carbon tax appears imminent, the introduction of direct action and the Government’s much touted Emissions Reduction Fund has met resistance from a number of […]