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Abstract: The Carbon Sense Coalition has called on all farmers and those who eat farm products to raise their voices in opposition to the proposals of Australian and New Zealand governments to include emissions and motions from farm animals as a taxable carbon emission. The argument is presented that all farm animals should get a carbon credit, because they sequester part of the carbon extracted from the air in bones, meat, milk and wool.

To cite this article: Forbes, Viv. All Cows are Green [online]. Australian Sugarcane, Vol. 12, No. 2, Apr/May 2008: 8. Availability: <;dn=128505323790836;res=IELHSS> ISSN: 1442-5157. [cited 29 Jun 17].

Personal Author: Forbes, Viv; Source: Australian Sugarcane, Vol. 12, No. 2, Apr/May 2008: 8 DOI: Document Type: Journal Article ISSN: 1442-5157 Subject: Animal waste--Environmental aspects; Sequestration (Chemistry); Identifier: Carbon Sense Coalition Affiliation: (1) Chairman, The Carbon Sense Coalition, email:, tel: 07 5464 0533

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