Paroo River North

Queensland

Water Quality Protection
Improved Biodiversity
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Project overview

Changes to agricultural processes on the Yerrel and Humeburn Station are promoting the regrowth of the native forest while protecting local wetlands and river systems. This is significant since the wetlands are rare and provide vital habitat for a variety of plants and animals.

The project is also supporting indigenous use of the land and improving overall environmental health by reducing grazing and revegetating the land. The regenerating forest is promoting biodiversity and improving the health of the local ecosystem. Overall, the human-induced regeneration continues to make a positive impact on the environment while supporting sustainable land use in the area.

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Impact

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320,000Tons of CO2 removal
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55,000Hectares of land
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2016-2044Project life

Sustainability Goals

With Clima, your money goes towards supporting projects that are in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Below are the goals recognised by the Paroo River North Project.

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