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About the project

Nestled between the Coorong National Park and Lake Albert in South Australia, Mount Sandy protects one of the last pockets of bush and wetlands in the region.

At a Glance

  • EcoAustralia™ credits guarantee the protection and improvement of Australia's remaining high quality native vegetation.
  • The site features a unique mix of coastal shrublands and saline swamplands that provide strategic habitat for iconic native wildlife, such as the short-beaked echidna, purple-gaped honeyeater and elegant parrot.
  • Native plants for revegetation are supplied by the local nursery at Raukkan Aboriginal Community
  • It brings together non-Indigenous and Indigenous Australians by promoting land conservation by methods employed by Traditional Custodians and the Ngarrindjeri people

Project Benefits

Social:
  • 5 job opportunities for Indigenous Ngarrindjeri Australians
Environment:
  • 200 ha of strategic habitat protected

How it works

  • EcoAustralia is a stapled product that blends carbon credits with biodiversity protection. 
  • Each EcoAustralia™ credit combines 1 Australian Biodiversity Unit (ABU) with a 1 tonne carbon credit. 
  • Each ABU represents 1.5 m 2 of government-accredited habitat protection. 
  • Carbon credits for EcoAustralia™ are sourced from high quality international emission reduction projects certified by the Gold Standard.