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Coles has brought in CSIRO to analyse supply chain climate resilience for various food categories, says the retailer's latest sustainability report.
A climate change resolution opposed by the AGL board failed at today's annual general meeting, but managed to gain more than 30% support.
BHP has for the first time disclosed climate and water data by asset type, in its 2019 reporting suite released today.
BlueScope will strengthen efforts to cut direct greenhouse emissions and is taking steps to quantify the lifecycle emissions of its products, says its sustainability report released today.
A consultancy that has just registered the first ERF project focused on industrial equipment upgrades says the new Climate Solutions Fund shouldn't rely solely on auctions.
Major beef industry players are using a range of strategies to brand themselves 'carbon neutral', with the aim of achieving both commercial and environmental benefits.
A carbon credits business has relinquished credits worth more than $400,000 to comply with a Clean Energy Regulator order.
Resources company South32 now uses a much higher carbon price in decision-making, and has reviewed the climate stances of associations including the Business Council.
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