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BP won't proceed with an exploration drilling program in the Great Australian Bight, the company announced today.
The Queensland Government has exercised little-used legislative provisions to limit appeals against Adani's Carmichael coal mine and related infrastructure.
The National Pollutant Inventory is to be reviewed and could soon undergo significant changes, including the removal of about a third of reporting facilities.
* Mining Rehabilitation Fund delivers under $2m for orphan site clean-ups
* Processor seeks approval to treat new smelter waste
* Regulator issues prevention notice to contractor
The Palaszczuk government has introduced a bill that would require new mines to demonstrate they can extract water without harmful consequences.
EPA Victoria has fast-tracked new standards for two contaminants of significant public concern.
Class action specialists Maurice Blackburn today instigated Federal Court proceedings on behalf of more than 13,000 Indonesian seaweed farmers over the 2009 Montara oil spill.
A court has granted a company a few extra months to meet previously-imposed orders, despite finding that its arguments for the extension were weak.
Queensland's Environment Minister Steven Miles has signalled further changes to the way financial assurances are imposed on major projects and has flagged new efforts to deal with problem wastes.
The association representing manufacturers of cosmetics and cleaning products has released a draft voluntary agreement for a two-tier phase-out of microbeads.