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Published: 17 December 2018 12:11pm
Labor has sought to reassure industry that a new federal environmental agency and a new law that requires consideration of climate change would be better for both business and the environment.
Published: 12 December 2018 12:50pm
* Target-free national waste policy released
* Waste contamination levels rising, says new government study
* EPA engagement guide draws on international standard
Published: 07 December 2018 4:25pm
A landfill company that had to contend with its works approval application being placed on hold and a sudden adverse rezoning has been granted permission to proceed by a state tribunal.
Published: 05 December 2018 3:35pm
WA Environment Minister Stephen Dawson today reduced the term of Cockburn Cement's environmental licence from 20 years to five, due to community concerns about its performance.
Published: 04 December 2018 4:53pm
* WA government introduces cash for containers bills
* NT overhauls Water Act
* Petroleum bill to establish new appeal rights
Published: 03 December 2018 11:36am
A council has lost a court battle in which it sought coal mine rehabilitation measures that mine owner BHP said would cost more than $100 million.
Published: 28 November 2018 2:00pm
The Western Australian government will lift its moratorium on unconventional oil and gas projects and direct a portion of the royalties to a new Clean Energy Future Fund.
Published: 23 November 2018 3:33pm
The Queensland government today issued a regulation that overhauls licensing arrangements for waste facilities.
Published: 21 November 2018 2:40pm
* NSW Upper House amends bill doubling asbestos penalties
* Federal Labor open to microbeads ban
* End-of-life mines face tougher environmental rules
Published: 16 November 2018 3:43pm
The Queensland government will establish a new position of Rehabilitation Commissioner as it moves to strengthen remediation standards and reduce the risks of mining companies defaulting on closure obligations.