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Published: 01 November 2019 4:28pm
Prime Minister Scott Morrison today undertook to stop activists undermining the coal mining industry and prevent them using similar tactics against other big emitters.
Published: 06 March 2017 3:52pm
Activist group Market Forces has criticised the big four banks for lending to fossil fuel projects including the Ichthys LNG development, but noted none of them funded a coal mine expansion in 2016.
Published: 25 October 2016 3:54pm
* Regulator details NGER compliance focus
* Sydney City to avoid investments in 'harmful' coal, gas and oil
* Bioenergy grants on offer
Published: 15 March 2016 3:26pm
* State government aims to better measure environmental costs and benefits
* Transparency International to increase scrutiny of Australian mining industry
* Former judge joins EPA board
Published: 03 March 2016 10:16am
Instead of just relying on companies to disclose carbon information to investors, it's time to establish a service that uses sophisticated techniques to collect facility–specific environmental data, says a leading international stranded assets think–tank.
Published: 05 February 2016 1:16pm
Opponents who successfully slowed AGL's coal seam gas expansion plans probably saved the company a lot of money, according to energy market experts.
Published: 16 December 2015 3:54pm
The Queensland Land Court has recommended the State Government approve Adani's Carmichael coal mine, but only if it improves its water monitoring and "controls or regulates" threats to an endangered bird species.
Published: 24 November 2015 2:27pm
* Hunt issues revised 'carbon neutral' rules
* Glencore worst climate performer: New investor study
* Transport and waste emissions loom as ACT priorities
Published: 28 October 2015 2:30pm
Melbourne City councillors last night strengthened and unanimously backed a proposal to use its tendering procedures to quiz banks on their support for fossil fuels.
Published: 30 September 2015 12:53pm
If the world acts to keep warming below two degrees, average international carbon prices are likely to be between US$50 and US$80 a tonne by 2030, says a new analysis from BHP Billiton.