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Banks committing to emission cuts

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.

Inpex spends $10m investigating CCS; Adani urges more secrecy

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.


Carbon prices rising as voluntary market booms

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.




ANZ finds gaps in low-carbon plans of top emitters

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.

Westpac to stay in BCA despite climate differences

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.


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