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First university certified carbon neutral

Charles Sturt University has become Australia's first university to be certified carbon-neutral, and will use four criteria to choose offsets.

AGL's landmark $1 a week offset deal

AGL chief executive Andy Vesey today announced that from July 1 all its residential customers will be able to fully offset emissions from their electricity use for $1 a week.

Carbon company aims to harness ERF cash to fight Barrier Reef runoff

Environmental markets company GreenCollar today announced a partnership with the Queensland Government to carry out projects that improve carbon stored in vegetation, reduce runoff into the Great Barrier Reef and are eligible for ERF funding.

Queensland clearing spree carries huge carbon price tag

Emissions from a spike in land clearing rates, especially in Queensland, will needlessly cost the economy well over $1 billion between now and 2030, a new report by CO2 Australia shows.



Carbon credit strategies: the pros and cons

Big emitters that have won approval to earn carbon credits can use them in four different ways, according to consultancy Ndevr Environmental.




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