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Educational Workshops: Options in Carbon Farming

19 July 2016


On behalf of LawrieCo and RAF you are invited to

     An Educational Workshop for an invaluable opportunity to meet with

     Agricultural industry leader Matthew Warnken, MD of Corporate Carbon

     to learn about the New option of Farming Carbon

What does this opportunity hold for your enterprise and the broader Australian Agriculture industry we all operate in?

Matthew Warnken is recognised as one of the most knowledgeable, respected leaders in Australian Agriculture in securing carbon contracts under the Emissions Reduction Fund (ERF), with a key focus on providing solutions for farmers and landholders to be involved in carbon projects.


Jamestown on Tuesday 2nd August  Click Here for invitation and booking details

Naracoorte on Wednesday 3rd August  Click Here for invitation and booking details

Bookings essential and spaces are limited


For further information Contact LawrieCo or your Area Manager

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About Matthew Warnken & Corporate Carbon

Matthew and his team at Corporate Carbon will share their simple, innovative approach to carbon projects based on aggregation and help us all remove complexity of carbon trading participation. This translates into more flexibility and opportunity for farmers to learn-by-doing through implementing carbon projects under the ERF.
Corporate Carbon have over 50 projects registered across seven different project types. Currently projects are contracted to the federal governments ERF to deliver approximately 30 million Carbon Credits over the next 10 years. Including a soil carbon abatement contract for 1.5 million tonnes which livestock farmers can participate in at present. The workshop will also discuss the future opportunity for cropping (2017) and mixed enterprise agricultural systems.
Matthew Warnken has formal training in natural resource management and gained undergraduate qualifications in Arts and Science from the Australian National University. He has a Masters of Engineering Research from the University of Sydney, and a business Masters in early stage commercialisation from the University of Adelaide.
Matthew has been leading teams around start-up projects in resource recovery and renewable energy for the last decade. From a carbon markets perspective, he has been at the forefront of emissions trading and carbon credit origination in Australia, taking Corporate Carbon from a start-up company to Australia’s leading carbon solution provider. Matthew is founder and Managing Director of Corporate Carbon, the largest carbon contractor of carbon abatement projects under the Emissions Reduction Fund.

Corporate Carbon