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Highlights include a state parliamentary inquiry into energy, a new state hydrogen strategy, and court cases. Jobs include a NSW circular economy post, a senior energy advisor in Tasmania, and jobs with CS Energy, NOPSEMA, Lendlease, Seqwater and Metro Trains Melbourne.


New ERF projects approved to earn carbon credits

The Clean Energy Regulator has approved one of Australia's largest carbon businesses to earn credits through a new energy project, and has also approved a project by one of the country's largest agribusinesses.


Environment law and policy tracker

Highlights include electricity market reform proposals, court decisions, and new grants. Jobs include posts with Glencore, Rio Tinto, John Holland and the Salvation Army.

Climate Authority to identify best path to net zero

The Climate Change Authority will provide advice to the federal government by year's end on ways to meet tougher emissions targets that lead 'clearly and firmly' to net zero emissions.



Environment law and policy tracker

Highlights include court rulings, a NSW audit of land clearing controls, and a major biodiversity credits tender. Jobs include posts with Arcadis, CBRE, Energetics, JBS and Moreland City Council.

WA aiming for quick carbon projects breakthrough, says Minister

The Western Australian government is working hard to allay concerns that land-based carbon credit projects might hinder new mining activity, the state's Regional Development Minister Alannah MacTiernan has told Footprint.

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