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Published: 26 February 2018 1:47pm
* Waste ruling vindicates EPA's approach, regulator says
* Victoria overhauls statutory water policy
* Aboriginal cultural heritage bill aims to strengthen protections
Published: 22 February 2018 1:35pm
A Footprint analysis of what parties are offering ahead of imminent state elections shows stark differences on renewable energy and other issues.
Published: 09 February 2018 3:05pm
SA Water is in the market for 200,000 carbon offsets, followed by further annual purchases, and wants them sourced from projects in South Australia.
Published: 06 February 2018 2:04pm
The Northern Territory government is resisting potential changes to the EPBC Act's 'water trigger' that would result in all shale gas projects being assessed under the federal law.
Published: 31 January 2018 3:58pm
* Qantas studies consumer attitudes to sustainability
* Victorian Auditor-General to report on air quality
* Weatherill finalises terms for Murray Darling Basin Royal Commission
Published: 30 January 2018 4:37pm
* SA fire-foam ban now in force
* Tribunal criticises 'lack of rigour' in EPA assessment
* Recycling council names new chief executive
* More businesses show supply chain leadership
Published: 29 January 2018 3:42pm
Many NSW agencies still aren't complying with requirements to report the effectiveness of their efforts to manage energy, water, waste and air pollution, according to data released today.
Published: 24 January 2018 2:19pm
* New water offset requirements proposed for Reef catchments
* CEFC increases NSW solar farm support to Neoen to $180 million
* Contamination risk easing, says environment agency
* Adelaide City to prepare 'sustainable events' guide
Published: 22 January 2018 11:39am
* Energy productivity slowdown causes alarm, despite assurances
* Viva fined by EPA for four-hour reporting delay
* Environment groups criticise 'embarrassing' biodiversity strategy
Published: 12 December 2017 12:09pm
A water pollution fine imposed on Dyno Nobel was manifestly excessive, an appeal court has unanimously ruled.