Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme & Agriculture (& Gardens?)

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  1. Michaelangelica

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    Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme & Agriculture (& Gardens?)
    I have said before on this Forum that the Labor Government is missing a historical chance to get farmers on side and make our agriculture industry more economically sustainable. So it was nice to hear Prof Flannery agree with me.
    This is an important issue.
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    https://www.abc.net.au/rn/bushtelegraph/
     
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    Re: Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme & Agriculture (& Gardens?)

    I guess the debate is important to people who eat red meat Michaelangelica
    There are arguments that show it may be better for the planet if we were to reduce the amount of grain and water used in producing the product.
    I hope there is room for all.
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    Re: Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme & Agriculture (& Gardens?)

    No the implications are far more profound that that
    To me thy seem obvious but i guess to no one else
    My difficulty is in knowing how to explain why all this is so incredibly, profoundly important to others.
     

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