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Published: 19 July 2019 3:33pm
* Urgent need for strong climate action, warns Great Barrier Reef Authority
* WA sets ambitious 2040 goals for renewable hydrogen
* Fonterra backs NZ zero carbon bill
* Defence signs solar deal with Lendlease
Published: 17 July 2019 1:01pm
Companies that are major buyers of beef, soy, palm oil or timber are doing too little to end deforestation, says a new report from CDP.
Published: 16 July 2019 11:00am
Up to 30,000 farmers will be liable for a carbon price and eligible for abatement rebates from 2025, under an agreement between the NZ government and the agricultural industry.
Published: 11 July 2019 12:19pm
The Climate Change Authority will provide advice to the federal government by year's end on ways to meet tougher emissions targets that lead 'clearly and firmly' to net zero emissions.
Published: 08 July 2019 8:26am
If the world sticks to the Paris Agreement, Australia's coal exports will definitely be heavily curtailed, and the global market for its LNG will decline rapidly from the 2030s, according to a new analysis.
Published: 04 July 2019 8:43am
Australia's approval of Adani's Carmichael coal mine is a dangerous development, according to OECD chief Angel Gurría.
Published: 01 July 2019 2:20pm
Leaders of major developed countries have urged a 'paradigm shift' to tackle climate change and biodiversity loss, and backed a push for zero plastic entering oceans by 2050.
Published: 27 June 2019 12:17pm
* WA awards $2.29 million to 28 waste projects
* NZ builds emissions and waste criteria into government procurement
* Optus boosts preparedness for extreme weather events
Published: 06 June 2019 1:25pm
A new global survey gives Australian greenhouse gas emitters and offset providers important insights into international and regional carbon trading trends.
Published: 21 May 2019 4:15pm
An inquiry into New Zealand's Zero Carbon Bill will probably consider extending its reach to cover international shipping and aviation, the country's Climate Change Minister says.