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Environment law and policy tracker

Highlights include marine pollution statutory developments, an audit of the Hazelwood power plant site, construction waste guides and more. Jobs include posts with Boral, Woodside, Tronox and Lendlease.

Environment law and policy tracker

Highlights include new laws and regulations, a Supreme Court ruling, and a new plastics taskforce. Jobs include posts with BlueScope, Sunshine Coast Council, SMEC, and Point Advisory.

Environment law and policy tracker

Highlights include draft environmental regulations and a new contamination law. Jobs include wind farm noise positions, and sustainability vacancies with TasPorts, World Vision and the Carbon Market Institute.


Environment law and policy tracker

Highlights include new bills in Victoria, a new WA greenhouse policy and a $263,500 land clearing penalty. Jobs include posts with Alinta, consultancy EY, EPA Victoria and Sunshine Coast Regional Council.



Environment law and policy tracker

Highlights include revised statutory policies and new recycling grants in Queensland, and legislative developments in Victoria. Vacancies include energy efficiency posts with the federal environment department, and market analysis jobs with the Clean Energy Regulator.

Environment law and policy tracker

Highlights include bills in Victoria and the ACT, court cases in Queensland and NSW, and federal determinations on ARENA and the GEMS energy efficiency scheme. Jobs include posts with the ACTU, Dexus and Cardno.

Environment law and policy tracker

Highlights include a NSW statement on native vegetation investigations and court cases in two states. Jobs include posts with EPA Victoria, Downer, AGL, CS Energy and Mott MacDonald.

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