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Victoria's top sustainability award has gone to an online marketplace for surplus food, with honours also going to four councils involved in a renewable energy bulk buy.
Visy Industries has received a $30 million Clean Energy Finance Corporation loan after demonstrating that it has a pipeline of potential clean energy, efficiency and low-emissions projects.
Brambles' CHEP division has started offering its customers certificates that quantify the environmental benefits that come from using its reusable pallets and containers.
Another 11 Australian businesses have this month committed to adopting TCFD climate risk disclosure recommendations, according to a new update.
One of Australia's largest super funds says it's comfortable investing in Aurizon and APA Group, even though their revenue largely comes from fossil fuels.
Gas pipeline company APA Group has brought in a consultant to improve its management of environmental, social and governance issues, and has boosted its scrutiny of suppliers.
Property company Stockland plans to install an extra 12MW of solar PV, issue new sustainability guidance to suppliers, and reduce the amount of waste going to landfill.
* Use licences to make power plants improve on CO2, EPA told
* BHP estimates customers' carbon emissions
* Bunnings vets timber purchases worth more than $1 billion
Global mining company South32's new climate change report to the ASX provides details on carbon pricing, coal, new technologies, decarbonisation plans, and the ramifications of runaway climate change.
Origin has become the latest company to provide more detail on its handling of climate risk, revealing it has analysed carbon prices ranging up to $80 per tonne of greenhouse gas.