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* Greens introduce bill to prevent coal underwriting
* Small business climate plan highlights insurance and heat stress
* SA MP introduces bill to protect Great Australian Bight
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.
Large emitters will have to make complex decisions over coming months if they want to optimise their Safeguard Mechanism emission limits.
* Court rejects state government solar farms appeal
* We need a carbon price and nuclear skills, says super fund report
* Infrastructure projects put pressure on resource recovery operators
Western Australia's Environment Minister Stephen Dawson has authorised a policy investigation that could make redundant the carbon offset requirements favoured by the state's EPA.
The Northern Territory government has fallen six months behind schedule on its draft climate strategy and carbon offsets policy, and insiders say they are still at least a month away.
A new review of an Emissions Reduction Fund method that is designed to allow large facilities to earn carbon credits will examine the eligibility of projects at coal-fired power stations.
A panel led by former federal climate change minister Greg Combet today recommended that Victoria aim for up to a 60% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2030.
* Queensland to launch $15m hydrogen grant scheme
* Industry, farmers and environmentalists seek 'common ground' on climate
* CEFC reaches 2GW wind investment milestone
* Acciona receives approval for $400m, 250MW Gladstone solar farm
The Coalition government's environment and energy ministers will operate largely unencumbered by election pledges, but will soon face important tests.