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Published: 16 August 2019 2:54pm
Project approval conditions should only be used to constrain downstream greenhouse gas emissions in exceptional circumstances, according to a top NSW bureaucrat.
Published: 13 August 2019 3:37pm
Making coal mining companies responsible for carbon emissions from combustion of their coal in other countries 'may not be reasonable', according to the NSW government.
Published: 09 August 2019 1:03pm
* Food production must be transformed, climate scientists warn
* NSW says climate science won't be ignored in Liddell inquiry
* CEFC backs shopping centre green bond
Published: 06 August 2019 1:10pm
A significant number of ASX-listed companies will have to disclose detailed climate risk information, when New Zealand adopts its planned mandatory disclosure regime.
Published: 01 August 2019 11:25am
The New Zealand government has unveiled measures to gradually reduce free allocations of emission units to emissions-intensive businesses such as BlueScope and Rio Tinto.
Published: 25 July 2019 2:48pm
* Canberra grapples with tighter controls on plastic exports
* Suncorp shareholders seek targets to exit fossil fuels
* NZ businesses launch tougher climate action pledge
Published: 24 July 2019 9:44am
BHP chief executive Andrew Mackenzie overnight pledged the lion's share of $400 million to cut customer carbon emissions, and promised new targets that encompass supply chain reductions.
Published: 19 July 2019 3:33pm
* Urgent need for strong climate action, warns Great Barrier Reef Authority
* WA sets ambitious 2040 goals for renewable hydrogen
* Fonterra backs NZ zero carbon bill
* Defence signs solar deal with Lendlease
Published: 17 July 2019 1:01pm
Companies that are major buyers of beef, soy, palm oil or timber are doing too little to end deforestation, says a new report from CDP.
Published: 16 July 2019 11:00am
Up to 30,000 farmers will be liable for a carbon price and eligible for abatement rebates from 2025, under an agreement between the NZ government and the agricultural industry.