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Greenhouse gas emissions from farms dropped nearly six per cent over the past year due to the effects of drought, leading to Australia’s national emissions to stabilise for the first time in years.

Emissions in other areas continue to climb, with methane leakage from gas production continuing to the be the biggest contributor to Australia’s emissions profile.

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Friday, November 29 2019
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Featured in storyVerity Morgan Schmidt - Partnerships and Policy Director, Farmers for Climate ActionBruce Robertson - Energy Finance Analyst, Institute for Energy Economics and Financial AnalysisDr Ian Wright - Senior Lecturer in Environmental Science, Western Sydney University

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