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Action on the land: reducing emissions, conserving natural capital and improving farm profitability – an issues paper

The Authority has released an issues paper for consultation called Action on the land: reducing emissions, conserving natural capital and improving farm profitability. Submissions are invited until 20 April 2017.

In Report Three of the Special Review, the Authority recommended further work be done on how to better coordinate action to reduce emissions, improve environmental outcomes and benefit agricultural productivity.

In the first phase of the research, this issues paper seeks stakeholder views on barriers to, and solutions for, delivering 'win-win' outcomes on the land.

How to make a submission

Submissions may range from a short letter outlining your views on a particular topic to a more substantial document covering evidence related to the range of issues covered by the review.

All submissions except those made in confidence will be published on the Authority's website.

For submissions made by individuals, all personal details other than your name and the state or territory in which you reside will be removed from your submission before it is published.

Submitting via email

Submitting via post

Climate Change Authority
GPO Box 787
Canberra ACT 2600


Should you require further information about making a submission, please contact the Climate Change Authority on freecall 1800 475 869 or via email at

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