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Rio Tinto has costed carbon emissions abatement options for most of its sites and has assessed climate risk exposure for its assets out to the end of the century.
A $42 million mix of solar, battery storage, cogeneration and biogas will make Teys' Wagga meat processing facility energy self-sufficient, and provide extra revenue for local farmers.
Listed companies will have to more carefully consider their exposure to environmental risks, including those arising from climate change, as a result of new ASX guidance released today.
* WA to introduce ethical procurement requirements
* WA Lower House unanimously passes container deposit bills
* Qantas ratchets up waste target
* Holcim upgrades not good enough, EPA says
* New energy efficiency grants on offer
* First NZ corporate green bond launched
* Emissions projections overly conservative, bureaucrats tell Senate
The number of companies willing to drop suppliers on environmental grounds has risen markedly, according to a new global survey by CDP on behalf of major institutional investors.
A new global steel sustainability standard, being developed with close involvement from Australian steelmakers, requires participants to cut carbon emissions in line with Paris Agreement goals.
* Energy company plans green bonds issuance
* Twelve projects share $9.6m in ARENA clean energy grants
* NSW offers storage-battery no-interest loans
Companies are now more willing to publicise their sustainability goals, says Coles' responsible sourcing manager James Whittaker.
A new report from global pharmaceuticals company Novartis says it has adopted three ambitious environmental targets, and reveals why it doesn't take a 'triple bottom line' approach.