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The ACT government's new strategy to achieve net zero emissions will involve a phase-out of gas, and won't rely on carbon offsets.
Boosting the volume of abatement delivered through ERF projects is the Clean Energy Regulator's top priority, according to its chair David Parker.
* Almost 60 NGER reporters make emissions errors
* WA EPA greenhouse guidance draws more than 6,500 submissions
* HESTA becomes first carbon neutral super fund
The federal government is convening a new working group to explore how organisations might earn carbon credits from projects that protect mangroves and tidal marshes.
The minimal pressure that the Safeguard Mechanism exerts on large emitters is about to be further reduced, according to carbon market experts.
Gas pipeline and energy business APA Group, a top-50 direct emitter according to NGER data, drastically under-reported its indirect greenhouse emissions for two years.
The Clean Energy Regulator has in the last few months dropped from its portfolio close to 15 times the amount of abatement that it added at the latest auction.
The Clean Energy Regulator has contracted to buy hardly any abatement after considering bids made in this month's ERF auction.
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.
* Greens introduce bill to prevent coal underwriting
* Small business climate plan highlights insurance and heat stress
* SA MP introduces bill to protect Great Australian Bight