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Climate Change Addressed Through Increased Carbon Sequestration

April 26 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

The importance of understanding the basic principles of ecosystem function in capturing and storing atmospheric carbon dioxide as soil or organic carbon.

  • What does “Taking action on climate” really mean?
  • Why do we need to increase biodiversity?

Carbon sequestration is the process of capturing and storing atmospheric carbon dioxide. It is one of several biological methods of reducing the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere with the goal of reducing global climate change.

Increasing biodiversity allows for advancing succession, community dynamics and creating functioning ecosystems with carbon rich soils.


  • Wayne Van Balen MAIH RH 0027 Manager Registered Horticulturist Program – Basic facts and core issues.
  • Tig Crowley MAIH RH 0161, MAHMC, MAILDM (National Board Member) – The importance of Increasing Biodiversity for Functioning Ecosystem.
  • David Thompson Engagement Manager AIH/Media Officer Western Sydney University – A summary of the main results of the Carbon Sequestration experiments and results from research Western Sydney University.


Following this webinar participants should be well informed on the core issues and principles. This is an important time for us as professionals and our businesses at a time when Governments are beginning to address some of the causes of Climate Change and aim for reduced net emissions.

Presented by Zoom Webinar. Link will be provided to those booked in.
When: Monday 26 April 5pm – 6pm.
CPD Points Available: 1
Cost: $22 per person

Contact person Wayne Van Balen MAIH RH 0417 944955 for assistance or additional information about this event.






CPD Points Available: 1


April 26
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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Wayne Van Balen MAIH RH0027 (Australian Institute of Horticulture)
0417 944 955


CPD Points Available


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