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Published: 25 March 2019 12:41pm
In a decision with multi-million dollar ramifications for companies including AGL, the federal government has signalled it won't allow projects that generate electricity from landfill gas to earn carbon credits for more than seven years.
Published: 22 March 2019 4:05pm
* NSW legislative changes needed after climate ruling, says EDO
* New landscapes bill creates 'Green Adelaide' board
* Building regulations need review: Green Cross
Published: 19 March 2019 11:01am
The Clean Energy Regulator has increased emission limits for four coal mines, and has allowed two mines to take a more flexible approach to compliance.
Published: 18 March 2019 3:54pm
* Costly clean-up looms, as waste site owner goes into liquidation
* Three carbon credit methods to be consolidated
* NSW Coalition pledges extra $30 million for clean energy
Published: 15 March 2019 3:02pm
Western Australia's EPA has suspended its carbon guidance, on the same day that new data shows the state's largest emitters increased their emissions by 10% in one year.
Published: 13 March 2019 11:30am
Western Australia's Premier Mark McGowan will meet tomorrow with LNG companies over the EPA's decision to recommend full carbon offsetting for emissions-intensive projects.
Published: 08 March 2019 3:46pm
Despite Woodside's keen interest in a carbon-neutral hydrogen export industry, the company has emerged as a strong critic of the Western Australian EPA's backing for 100% carbon offsetting.
Published: 07 March 2019 5:01pm
Highlights include a new WA EPA greenhouse gas policy, Safeguard Mechanism changes, and a Queensland water bill. Job listings include sustainability strategy group manager with Origin Energy.
Published: 07 March 2019 4:00pm
Large emitters will be expected to offset all their direct emissions, under new Western Australian EPA requirements that will influence the agency's review of Chevron's Wheatstone LNG project.
Published: 06 March 2019 12:36pm
The federal government today introduced major changes to 'Safeguard Mechanism' rules that will allow large emitters to automatically emit more greenhouse gas if their production expands.