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Environment ministers today agreed to phase in waste export bans from 1 July 2020 and made commitments on climate change, environmental assessments, and battery recycling.
Projects that protect seagrass and mangroves should earn carbon credits and businesses clearing coastal land could purchase carbon offsets, says a new South Australian strategy.
The Victorian government today committed to a phase-out of all native forest logging by 2030.
The Queensland government will set procurement targets for supplies that contain recycled plastic, and has singled out two types of plastic as candidates for special action.
The WA EPA has sought more details from a Mitsui subsidiary on abatement plans for a project that will annually emit up to 300,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas.
A former NSW Supreme Court judge has slammed as 'dangerous' a Bill that would abolish a long-standing provision requiring assessments of new mines to consider downstream carbon emissions.
Sites generating lots of waste would directly pay facilities that accept it, instead of paying transporters that might dump it, under NSW proposals intended to ensure the safe disposal of asbestos.
* Alternative waste treatment plants win bigger levy concessions
* More facilities apply for fluorine fire-foam exemptions
* Woolies considers BYO containers for deli and meat counters
Prime Minister Scott Morrison today undertook to stop activists undermining the coal mining industry and prevent them using similar tactics against other big emitters.
It will take decades to create ground-stabilising lakes in the Latrobe Valley's three brown coal mine pits, partly because river inflows have declined, according to a new report.