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Published: 04 June 2019 12:10pm
A tribunal has refused to grant Alinta a planning permit for a wind farm because of its impact on an airfield and its proximity to a roosting area for a critically endangered bat.
Published: 03 June 2019 4:04pm
A new Victorian review should lead to a hike in landfill levy rates or the state will become a dumping ground for NSW waste, the National Waste Management and Resource Recovery Association has warned.
Published: 30 May 2019 4:25pm
Highlights include court and tribunal rulings in NSW and Victoria. Jobs include multiple posts with the Clean Energy Regulator, and jobs with Fortescue, Melbourne Water and Downer.
Published: 30 May 2019 11:54am
The new head the organisation tasked to deliver Victoria's $1.3 billion Solar Homes program, Stan Krpan, says further developing the solar sector, while ensuring safety and service excellence will be his priorities.
Published: 29 May 2019 3:32pm
* Ageing offshore facilities to blame for record number of spills: NOPSEMA
* Energy efficiency scheme regulator signals tougher approach
* Leading companies back Sydney City plastics pledge
Published: 28 May 2019 2:57pm
Proposed changes to Victoria's energy upgrade scheme will examine how it can better support large energy users, and will take into account the state's shift away from coal-fired power.
Published: 24 May 2019 3:26pm
* Water pollution costs Porsche $132,000
* Environmental agency fined $84,000 for pollution
* CEFC-backed composting plant opens in Melbourne
Published: 23 May 2019 4:29pm
Highlights include a new NT environment bill. Jobs include 15 WA environmental officer positions, a senior environmental compliance post in Canberra, and manager of ClimateWorks' net-zero pledge project.
Published: 23 May 2019 3:04pm
A council can ask McDonald's for a contamination assessment of a site not intended for a sensitive use, but requiring it to pay for a peer review is going too far, a tribunal has ruled.
Published: 22 May 2019 10:12am
* New role for top sustainability bureaucrat
* ACT readies for electrified future
* SA Parliament backs SA Water's zero-cost energy agenda