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Published: 15 April 2014 2:40pm
The Federal Government has proposed amendments to Carbon Farming Initiative regulations that will make it possible to earn credits from three new activities, and WA iron ore projects might become a beneficiary.
Published: 01 April 2014 10:49am
The Federal Environment Department has proposed rules that would for the first time allow projects to earn CFI credits by boosting soil carbon levels.
Published: 30 January 2014 3:39pm
A decision by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal could force the Clean Energy Regulator to approve pre-existing projects that have so far been excluded from the Carbon Farming Initiative.
Published: 23 January 2014 2:36pm
* Law firm releases new CFI guide
* Government to hold two-hour Direct Action briefing
* Climate Change Authority to begin CFI review
* Senate Direct Action inquiry sets hearing dates
Published: 11 December 2013 3:54pm
* Government strips Lower Murray of 'critically endangered' status
* Milestone for CFI carbon credits
* Ten Australian funds in top ranks for climate risk management
Published: 10 December 2013 3:55pm
* Senate rejects bill to abolish the CEFC
* New certification scheme targets building retrofit professionals
* Encourage carbon offsets with co-benefits, report says
Published: 05 December 2013 3:28pm
The Federal Government should specify a default carbon sequestration rate for soil-based projects, so they can get going quickly, an offsets consultancy has recommended.
Published: 04 December 2013 1:59pm
* NSW backs call for PM2.5 standard, new equipment controls
* WA waters down native vegetation clearing regulations
* Hunt signs off on new carbon offsets methodology
Published: 26 November 2013 2:25pm
* ERF cuts pointless without penalties: Grattan Institute
* Low-carbon investment dollars will 'sit on the sidelines'
* Seek efficiency gains from existing homes: Master Builders
* Carbon price 'costly and ineffective': Refrigerants industry
* Farm-based abatement projects won't be the cheapest: NFF
Published: 31 October 2013 11:39am
The Government should look to New Zealand and PNG when considering how to use international emissions reductions, says CO2 Group managing director Andrew Grant.