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Published: 11 February 2019 3:38pm
Carbon professionals now play a crucial role within their companies, but are under-resourced and struggle to find good advice, according to departing Carbon Market Institute chief executive Peter Castellas.
Published: 11 February 2019 11:58am
Shell designed-out the possibility of a carbon capture unit on its Prelude floating LNG operation, despite saying it would keep space available for it, new documents show.
Published: 05 February 2019 4:28pm
A new report from global pharmaceuticals company Novartis says it has adopted three ambitious environmental targets, and reveals why it doesn't take a 'triple bottom line' approach.
Published: 05 February 2019 3:22pm
The BP Board will publicly report how its business strategy aligns with the Paris Agreement and institutional investors are pushing for other oil and gas companies to do the same.
Published: 01 February 2019 4:08pm
* Angus Taylor slams 'zero carbon' targets
* Largest aluminium smelter to earn carbon credits
* No changes to power station licences
Published: 29 January 2019 11:25am
*Tribunal rejects challenge to solar farm
* Projects backed by SIMEC ZEN and Nectar Farms seek licences
* Burgeoning global business interest in clean energy
Published: 23 January 2019 2:16pm
Telstra, Stockland and BHP are global leaders on climate change, according to rankings released overnight by CDP.
Published: 22 January 2019 1:55pm
An offsets company with Emissions Reduction Fund contracts worth hundreds of millions of dollars plans to move its soil carbon projects into a separate, special-purpose vehicle.
Published: 22 January 2019 1:29pm
The Carbon Market Institute has released a plan to restructure the Safeguard Mechanism into an effective emissions trading system by 2020.
Published: 18 January 2019 1:26pm
New advice from the Clean Energy Regulator says there is a 3.3 million 'surplus' of Australian carbon credits, but in fact only a much smaller volume is available to buyers.