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EMISSION MITIGATION OPPORTUNITIES FOR SAVANNA
ECOSYSTEMS IN AUSTRALIA: METHODOLOGIES AND
ENABLING FACTORS.
Dr Geoff Lipset...
Outline
2
- Brief history of savanna burning (carbon projects) in Australia
- Key enabling conditions that supported the p...
WALFA
3
ConocoPhillips through Darwin LNG
signed the West Arnhem Land Fire
Management Agreement (WAFMA)
in 2006, supportin...
© Peter Eve for The Nature Conservancy© Ted Wood for The Nature Conservancy
Fish River Station
© 2013 Ted Wood for The Nature Conservancy
Early dry season fire management
Emissions abated49,000 tonnes of CO2-e abated over 4 years
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2011 2012 201...
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Fish River
19 million ha of Savanna Burning projects registered under
the ERF
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$10,000,000
$15,000,000
$20,000,000
$25,000,000
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30,000,000
40,000,000
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New savanna fire methods registered under the Emissions
Reduction Fund in 2018.
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- Savanna fire management—sequestration ...
© 2013 Mark Godfrey for The Nature Conservancy
- Improved biodiversity and landscape health
- Reinvigorating cultural and ...
Key enabling conditions that enabled the proliferation
of projects
11
- Strong scientific foundation (veg mapping, fire sc...
Lipsett-Moore, G.J., Wolff, N.H., and Game E.T. (2018) Global opportunity for emissions reductions from
savanna burning. N...
Options for global scale up
13
- Inclusion of provisional mitigation estimates and
adaptation opportunities within NDC’s f...
Key resources
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- NAFI https://firenorth.org.au/nafi3/ for fire planning
- SavBat2.2 and 3 https://savbat.environment.gov...
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Presented by Geoff Lipsett-Moore (former TNC climate Specialist) at webinar: "Wildfire management, emissions and NDCs in the dry tropics", on 25 November 2020

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Emission mitigation opportunities for savanna ecosystems in australia: Methodologies and enabling factors

  1. 1. EMISSION MITIGATION OPPORTUNITIES FOR SAVANNA ECOSYSTEMS IN AUSTRALIA: METHODOLOGIES AND ENABLING FACTORS. Dr Geoff Lipsett-Moore
  2. 2. Outline 2 - Brief history of savanna burning (carbon projects) in Australia - Key enabling conditions that supported the proliferation of projects - Key opportunities for other savanna countries
  3. 3. WALFA 3 ConocoPhillips through Darwin LNG signed the West Arnhem Land Fire Management Agreement (WAFMA) in 2006, supporting the West Arnhem Land Fire Abatement (WALFA) project – across 28,282 square kilometres of West Arnhem Land in central Northern Territory ➢ Adjumarllarl Rangers from Oenpelli ➢ Djelk Rangers from Maningrida. ➢ Warddeken Rangers from Kabulwarnamyo. ➢ Mimal Rangers from Bulman. ➢ Jawoyn Rangers from Katherine.
  4. 4. © Peter Eve for The Nature Conservancy© Ted Wood for The Nature Conservancy Fish River Station
  5. 5. © 2013 Ted Wood for The Nature Conservancy Early dry season fire management
  6. 6. Emissions abated49,000 tonnes of CO2-e abated over 4 years 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2011 2012 2014 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 TonnesCO2Eemitted/yrX1000 2013 Baseline Abatement
  7. 7. 7 Fish River 19 million ha of Savanna Burning projects registered under the ERF
  8. 8. $0 $5,000,000 $10,000,000 $15,000,000 $20,000,000 $25,000,000 0 10,000,000 20,000,000 30,000,000 40,000,000 50,000,000 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Area(ha) Indigenous ACCUs worth (@$16/t) Late burns Carbon projects area (Corrected with backdated projects) Luke Preece TNC
  9. 9. New savanna fire methods registered under the Emissions Reduction Fund in 2018. 9 - Savanna fire management—sequestration and emissions avoidance, the first method to credit sequestration and emissions avoidance from improved fire management, and - Savanna fire management—emissions avoidance, a replacement for the 2015 savanna fire management method. - However, little uptake of combined sequestration and emissions avoidance method.
  10. 10. © 2013 Mark Godfrey for The Nature Conservancy - Improved biodiversity and landscape health - Reinvigorating cultural and social traditions - Enhanced economic development - Increased employment - Climate change adaptation (reduction in LDS wildfires) - Community social and cultural development - Empowering communities Additional Co-benefits
  11. 11. Key enabling conditions that enabled the proliferation of projects 11 - Strong scientific foundation (veg mapping, fire scar mapping, EF’s) - Proof of concept projects WALFA and Fish River Station - Indigenous Ranger programs with IFM knowledge and skills - Regulatory Carbon Market (CFI and ERF) - Approved savanna burning abatement methodologies - Key tools available for fire planning and calculating baselines and emissions reductions estimates (NAFI and SavBAT)
  12. 12. Lipsett-Moore, G.J., Wolff, N.H., and Game E.T. (2018) Global opportunity for emissions reductions from savanna burning. Nature Communications, 9 https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-018-04687-7
  13. 13. Options for global scale up 13 - Inclusion of provisional mitigation estimates and adaptation opportunities within NDC’s for relevant countries (see Lipsett-Moore et al. 2018). - Adaptation of existing approved methodologies (Australia) under the VCS for other geographies by vegetation type: Cerrado, Miombo, etc (no need to reinvent the wheel)
  14. 14. Key resources 14 - NAFI https://firenorth.org.au/nafi3/ for fire planning - SavBat2.2 and 3 https://savbat.environment.gov.au/ for calculating baselines and emissions reductions - Approved Australian methodologies http://www.cleanenergyregulator.gov.au/ERF/Choosing-a-project- type/Opportunities-for-the-land-sector/Savanna-burning-methods - NB: 2015 methodology provides the best framework for adapting method under the VCS for other geographies - Contact: glm-consulting@outlook.com

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