Look out for Outliers! They prove it!

November 27, 2012 Louisa Kiely

We have identified a list of “high performance” soil carbon managers who have demonstrated a potential well beyond the average. These ‘outliers’ present a challenge for the conventional estimation of the potential of Australian soils to sequester carbon.  If these…

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Carbon Tax: Only Having Chicken Little Effect On Dairy

November 27, 2012 Louisa Kiely

A study by Melbourne University indicates the carbon tax is having little effect on dairy farmers… and chickens coming home to roost (See below) But 18 months ago: “Dairy industry says carbon tax will cut farm milk prices” Tuesday, 12/07/2011…

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10 Things You Didn’t Know About The 100 Years Rule

November 25, 2012 Louisa Kiely

The 100 Year Rule is not based on science. It is a convention of uncertain origin. It is not based on the period required for a molecule of CO2 to cycle through the atmosphere, as is commonly believed. (See “The…

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Who Said “Soil is Your Future” around 1954? The Rotary Club of Toowoomba!

October 10, 2012 Louisa Kiely

  That’s right. Back 58 years ago, it was felt a civic duty to assist farmers to understand how to protect our soils. Soil erosion from overstocking and poor management was already a problem, and it was considered a serious…

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Truckie from Dubbo leads the world on Carbon Cuts?

September 18, 2012 Louisa Kiely

OK, so Steve Fieldus is an unlikely contender for Greenie of the Year. He runs 11 bulk haulage trucks out of Dubbo, and has a tattoo of his favourite one on his bicep. But this quietly spoken ‘truckin’ man from north…

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