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for the Best Carbon Credit Product on the market Government Backed Exit


A simple and effective way that your clients can generate large returns within 24 months from Carbon Credits. An investment whose returns are backed by the Australian government.


For the Investors • Australia – low political risk


• The government of Australia through the Carbon Credits (Carbon Farming Initiative) Act 2011 guarantees to purchase your carbon credits at a minimum price of $23 per carbon credit compared to $9–14 in Europe


• The only carbon project with an exit backed by the government


• Returns are predicted to be a minimum of 30% and a maximum of 36.8% within the duration of the project


• The project involves the reforestation of land in Victoria, Australia


• Our preferred project manager is experienced in both similar carbon credit schemes and forest management


• Backed by solid property assets • All this from just £9,000 investment


For the Agent


• Established operator • Above average commission • Volume related commission arrangements • Commission paid within 7 days • White labelled promotional material • Limited administration required • Dedicated account manager


Australian Senate agrees carbon tax


THE Australian senate passed a landmark carbon tax today. The law will make the nation’s 500 largest polluters pay AUS$23 per tonne of carbon released into the atmosphere. Australia is one


of the worst greenhouse gas emitters per head because of its heavy use of coal to generate electricity. Prime minister Julia Gillard said; “This reform is right for our country’s future.” Evening Standard 8.11.11


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