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Australia's Carbon Farmers - 17 Jun 2009
Australia's Carbon Farmers - 17 Jun 2009
ENVIRONMENT-AUSTRALIA/CARBON
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June 17, 2009
Australian farmer and joint founder of the lobby group Carbon Coalition Michael Kiely inspects grass...
GULGONG, Australia
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Australian farmer and joint founder of the lobby group Carbon Coalition Michael Kiely inspects grass in a sheep paddock at Uamby, his farm west of Gulgong, about 240km (149 miles) northwest of Sydney May 26, 2009. On the rolling hills of Winona, a fine merino sheep stud, a quiet revolution is taking place which Australian farmers hope will eventually see them selling soil carbon credits in the fight against climate change. To match feature -AUSTRALIA/CARBON REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) FOR BEST QUALITY IMAGE: ALSO SEE GF2E87C02D601
ENVIRONMENT-AUSTRALIA/CARBON
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June 17, 2009
Australian farmer Michael Inwood prepares his agro drill which is pulled by an electric truck on his...
GULGONG, Australia
To match feature ENVIRONMENT-AUSTRALIA/CARBON
Australian farmer Michael Inwood prepares his agro drill which is pulled by an electric truck on his farm near Bathurst, about 163km (101 miles) west of Sydney May 27, 2009. On the rolling hills of Winona, a fine merino sheep stud, a quiet revolution is taking place which Australian farmers hope will eventually see them selling soil carbon credits in the fight against climate change. To match feature -AUSTRALIA/CARBON REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
ENVIRONMENT-AUSTRALIA/CARBON
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June 17, 2009
Australian farmer Michael Inwood walks across a recently seeded paddock on his farm west near Bathurst,...
GULGONG, Australia
To match feature ENVIRONMENT-AUSTRALIA/CARBON
Australian farmer Michael Inwood walks across a recently seeded paddock on his farm west near Bathurst, about 163km (101 miles) west of Sydney May 27, 2009. On the rolling hills of Winona, a fine merino sheep stud, a quiet revolution is taking place which Australian farmers hope will eventually see them selling soil carbon credits in the fight against climate change. To match feature -AUSTRALIA/CARBON REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
ENVIRONMENT-AUSTRALIA/CARBON
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June 17, 2009
Australian farmer Michael Inwood walks across a recently seeded paddock on his farm west near Bathurst,...
GULGONG, Australia
To match feature ENVIRONMENT-AUSTRALIA/CARBON
Australian farmer Michael Inwood walks across a recently seeded paddock on his farm west near Bathurst, about 163km (101 miles) west of Sydney May 27, 2009. On the rolling hills of Winona, a fine merino sheep stud, a quiet revolution is taking place which Australian farmers hope will eventually see them selling soil carbon credits in the fight against climate change. To match feature -AUSTRALIA/CARBON REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
ENVIRONMENT-AUSTRALIA/CARBON
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June 17, 2009
Australian farmer and joint founder of the lobby group Carbon Coalition Michael Kiely walks across a...
GULGONG, Australia
To match feature ENVIRONMENT-AUSTRALIA/CARBON
Australian farmer and joint founder of the lobby group Carbon Coalition Michael Kiely walks across a sheep paddock at Uamby, his farm west of Gulgong, about 240km (149 miles) northwest of Sydney May 26, 2009. On the rolling hills of Winona, a fine merino sheep stud, a quiet revolution is taking place which Australian farmers hope will eventually see them selling soil carbon credits in the fight against climate change. To match feature -AUSTRALIA/CARBON REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
ENVIRONMENT-AUSTRALIA/CARBON
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June 17, 2009
Sixth generation farmer Nick Seis leans on a fence at Winona, a property he and his father Colin run...
GULGONG, Australia
To match feature ENVIRONMENT-AUSTRALIA/CARBON
Sixth generation farmer Nick Seis leans on a fence at Winona, a property he and his father Colin run near Gulgong, about 230km (143 miles) northwest of Sydney May 26, 2009. On the rolling hills of Winona, a fine merino sheep stud, a quiet revolution is taking place which Australian farmers hope will eventually see them selling soil carbon credits in the fight against climate change. To match feature -AUSTRALIA/CARBON REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
ENVIRONMENT-AUSTRALIA/CARBON
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June 17, 2009
Sixth generation farmer Nick Seis leans on a fence at Winona, a property he and his father Colin run...
GULGONG, Australia
To match feature ENVIRONMENT-AUSTRALIA/CARBON
Sixth generation farmer Nick Seis leans on a fence at Winona, a property he and his father Colin run near Gulgong, about 230km (143 miles) north west of Sydney May 26, 2009. On the rolling hills of Winona, a fine merino sheep stud, a quiet revolution is taking place which Australian farmers hope will eventually see them selling soil carbon credits in the fight against climate change. To match feature -AUSTRALIA/CARBON REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
ENVIRONMENT-AUSTRALIA/CARBON
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June 17, 2009
Australian farmer and joint founder of the lobby group Carbon Coalition Michael Kiely walks through a...
GULGONG, Australia
To match feature ENVIRONMENT-AUSTRALIA/CARBON
Australian farmer and joint founder of the lobby group Carbon Coalition Michael Kiely walks through a sheep paddock at Uamby, his farm west of Gulgong, about 240km (149 miles) north west of Sydney May 26, 2009. On the rolling hills of Winona, a fine merino sheep stud, a quiet revolution is taking place which Australian farmers hope will eventually see them selling soil carbon credits in the fight against climate change. To match feature -AUSTRALIA/CARBON REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
ENVIRONMENT-AUSTRALIA/CARBON
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June 17, 2009
Australian farmer and joint founder of the lobby group Carbon Coalition Michael Kiely stands in a sheep...
GULGONG, Australia
To match feature ENVIRONMENT-AUSTRALIA/CARBON
Australian farmer and joint founder of the lobby group Carbon Coalition Michael Kiely stands in a sheep paddock at Uamby, his farm west of Gulgong, about 240km (149 miles) north west of Sydney May 26, 2009. On the rolling hills of Winona, a fine merino sheep stud, a quiet revolution is taking place which Australian farmers hope will eventually see them selling soil carbon credits in the fight against climate change. To match feature -AUSTRALIA/CARBON REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
ENVIRONMENT-AUSTRALIA/CARBON
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June 17, 2009
Sheep graze at Winona, a property Nick and Colin Seis run near Gulgong, about 230km (143 miles) north...
GULGONG, Australia
To match feature ENVIRONMENT-AUSTRALIA/CARBON
Sheep graze at Winona, a property Nick and Colin Seis run near Gulgong, about 230km (143 miles) north west of Sydney May 26, 2009. On the rolling hills of Winona, a fine merino sheep stud, a quiet revolution is taking place which Australian farmers hope will eventually see them selling soil carbon credits in the fight against climate change. To match feature -AUSTRALIA/CARBON REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
ENVIRONMENT-AUSTRALIA/CARBON
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June 17, 2009
Australian farmer Michael Inwood stands in a recently seeded paddock on his farm west near Bathurst,...
GULGONG, Australia
To match feature ENVIRONMENT-AUSTRALIA/CARBON
Australian farmer Michael Inwood stands in a recently seeded paddock on his farm west near Bathurst, about 163km (101 miles) west of Sydney May 27, 2009. On the rolling hills of Winona, a fine merino sheep stud, a quiet revolution is taking place which Australian farmers hope will eventually see them selling soil carbon credits in the fight against climate change. To match feature -AUSTRALIA/CARBON REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
ENVIRONMENT-AUSTRALIA/CARBON
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June 17, 2009
Australian farmer Michael Inwood walks across a paddock where oats are growing through existing native...
GULGONG, Australia
To match feature ENVIRONMENT-AUSTRALIA/CARBON
Australian farmer Michael Inwood walks across a paddock where oats are growing through existing native grasses on his farm near Bathurst, about 163km (101 miles) west of Sydney May 27, 2009. On the rolling hills of Winona, a fine merino sheep stud, a quiet revolution is taking place which Australian farmers hope will eventually see them selling soil carbon credits in the fight against climate change. To match feature -AUSTRALIA/CARBON REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
ENVIRONMENT-AUSTRALIA/CARBON
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June 17, 2009
Vapour rises from a coal fired power station near Lithgow, about 120km (75 miles) west of Sydney May...
GULGONG, Australia
To match feature ENVIRONMENT-AUSTRALIA/CARBON
Vapour rises from a coal fired power station near Lithgow, about 120km (75 miles) west of Sydney May 25, 2009. On the rolling hills of Winona, a fine merino sheep stud, a quiet revolution is taking place which Australian farmers hope will eventually see them selling soil carbon credits in the fight against climate change. To match feature -AUSTRALIA/CARBON REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
ENVIRONMENT-AUSTRALIA/CARBON
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June 17, 2009
Vapour rises from a coal fired power station near Lithgow, about 120km (75 miles) west of Sydney May...
GULGONG, Australia
To match feature ENVIRONMENT-AUSTRALIA/CARBON
Vapour rises from a coal fired power station near Lithgow, about 120km (75 miles) west of Sydney May 27, 2009. On the rolling hills of Winona, a fine merino sheep stud, a quiet revolution is taking place which Australian farmers hope will eventually see them selling soil carbon credits in the fight against climate change. To match feature -AUSTRALIA/CARBON REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
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