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Published: 29 March 2019 11:17am
Regulators and investors now expect large companies to "invest seriously" in responding to climate risk, warns a new opinion by lawyers whose previous advice quickly captured boardroom attention.
Published: 27 March 2019 12:53pm
Plantations established to ensure that hydrogen is produced in a carbon neutral way could eventually be used to create negative emissions, Woodside said today.
Published: 25 March 2019 4:33pm
South32 has set a net-zero emissions target, but that hasn't stopped climate activists today naming it as one of 22 companies that investors should avoid.
Published: 25 March 2019 12:41pm
In a decision with multi-million dollar ramifications for companies including AGL, the federal government has signalled it won't allow projects that generate electricity from landfill gas to earn carbon credits for more than seven years.
Published: 22 March 2019 12:40pm
A year-long study of options to cut greenhouse gas emissions from BlueScope's Port Kembla steelworks will explore the feasibility of converting its waste gas to fuel ethanol.
Published: 20 March 2019 4:00pm
Banks, insurers and super funds will face closer scrutiny over their handling of climate-related financial risk, the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority warned today.
Published: 20 March 2019 3:37pm
A climate activist group says its discussions with about 30 Business Council members over the past six months revealed significant discontent with the Council's climate policy stance.
Published: 20 March 2019 2:24pm
The Clean Energy Regulator has scheduled a new ERF auction, and says demand for carbon credits is booming among state agencies and companies that are offsetting voluntarily.
Published: 19 March 2019 4:49pm
* $38,500 fine for 'ten out of ten' Whitehaven
* AdBri penalised $136,000 for excess water take
* Toyota to establish hydrogen centre in Melbourne
Published: 19 March 2019 3:25pm
In a sign of what's in store for other companies, activist shareholders have made Rio Tinto's supply chain emissions the focus of a new resolution.