Australia’s carbon farming industry is well positioned to make a significant contribution to our national emissions reduction challenge. This rapidly evolving industry has the potential to deliver important environmental outcomes, help to increase agricultural productivity, and open up new markets – generating important new job and revenue opportunities for rural and regional Australia.

The Carbon Farming Industry Roadmap envisions a vibrant domestic carbon farming industry that contributes significantly to Australia’s economy, community and climate repair. By 2030 the sector will:

  • create jobs and revenue for regional communities;
  • contribute significantly to Australia’s net-zero emissions trajectory; and
  • enable a range environmental, social and cultural benefits.

Explore the roadmap

The interactive Australian Carbon Farming Industry Roadmap identifies a clear path forward for both government and the private sector to work together, addressing opportunities and challenges for the industry’s growth out to 2030. We invite you to add your organisation’s activities to the roadmap. Help us showcase successes, achievements and the sector’s maturity to-date.

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Select a pillar of industry development

  • NRM groups, NGOs, industry and communities engage in the development of new environmental markets, and alignment of regional indicators with federal policy.
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  • Agricultural industry, Indigenous groups, farmers and landholders to rmap opportunities and raise awareness around the value of co-benefits for land based activities/systems.
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The latest version of the roadmap

With regular updates and industry progress tracked by CMI, the Australian Carbon Farming Industry Roadmap remains a live and active tool that supports cross-sectoral communication, engagement, collaboration and investment in the growth of this important industry.