R.M. Wil­liams, the well-known cloth­ing com­pany, has – with gov­ern­ment sup­port – bought a $13 mil­lion Cen­tral Aus­tralia cat­tle sta­tion to go car­bon farm­ing. At 5000 square kms,

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Hen­bury Sta­tion is the world’s largest car­bon farm, and is at­tract­ing at­ten­tion as a large scale ex­per­i­ment in agri­cul­tural emis­sions trad­ing. The aim is the pro­tect the bio­di­ver­sity of the prop­erty, al­low­ing it to re­gen­er­ate (as op­posed to plant­ing trees), while view­ing it as a com­mer­cial ven­ture. Many see it as a huge risk for the cloth­ing com­pany.

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