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Published: 12 November 2019 4:44pm
The big four banks are all looking at ways to reduce emissions from their investments and lending, with Westpac playing a leading role, a new analysis shows.
Published: 12 November 2019 1:53pm
LNG company Inpex has told the Productivity Commission it's not cost effective to sequester its emissions unless there's a carbon price of $100 in place, while Adani has called for more restrictions on public access to documents.
Published: 12 November 2019 10:00am
Gold mining company Newcrest now uses a shadow carbon price of up to A$73 for key decisions, says its latest sustainability report.
Published: 11 November 2019 1:46pm
The era of very low carbon prices is over, says the largest secondary-market buyer of Australian carbon credits, as it plans an expansion into the US.
Published: 11 November 2019 11:27am
Qantas will immediately double the number of carbon offsets it buys, as part of a new commitment to reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
Published: 07 November 2019 11:59am
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.
Published: 06 November 2019 2:15pm
* NZ carbon disclosure plan will lift the laggards: Investor group
* Palm oil buyers not preventing deforestation, despite pledges
* Couple 'waste to energy' with CCS, new report says
Published: 04 November 2019 4:11pm
ANZ discussed low-carbon transition planning with 29 of its big-emitter customers and found they have plenty of room to improve, the bank's latest climate disclosure report shows.
Published: 04 November 2019 2:03pm
Despite holding different views to the Business Council on some aspects of climate and energy policy, Westpac will remain a BCA member, says its latest sustainability report.
Published: 01 November 2019 1:19pm
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.