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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.

Waste levy starts to bite

Waste transfers from NSW to Queensland dropped markedly in June, ahead of the July start of Queensland's waste levy, data obtained by Footprint shows.

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.


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.


Environment law and policy tracker

Highlights include a new EPBC study and several court decisions. Jobs include advisor to WA's Environment Minister, senior climate posts in Victoria, head of environment policy in Tasmania, and jobs with AdBri and Melbourne City Council.

Queensland considers tougher safety law for solar farms

The Queensland government is considering potential amendments to state legislation in response to a court ruling that it can't mandate the use of electricians to install panels on solar farms.


Environment law and policy tracker

Highlights include new bills, grant offers, and consultations on regulations and policies. Jobs include a senior climate post in Queensland, and vacancies with South Pole, CPB Group, and state agencies.

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