Carbon Farming involves enabling the regrowth of native vegetation in order to capture carbon. This can be achieved through the Revegetation Method, where native plant species are reintroduced, and the Human Induced Regeneration Method in which the management of livestock and pest species leads to regrowth.
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Enhancing Soil Carbon involves changing practices to build soil organic matter. There are a range of ways to do this, such as applying nutrients, lime or gypsum to the soil, adding new irrigation, changing the stocking rates, or changing tillage practices.
The process of Emission Reduction by Industrial and Waste Methods involves changing fuel sources or implementing new technologies to reduce emissions.