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A $42 million mix of solar, battery storage, cogeneration and biogas will make Teys' Wagga meat processing facility energy self-sufficient, and provide extra revenue for local farmers.
Listed companies will have to more carefully consider their exposure to environmental risks, including those arising from climate change, as a result of new ASX guidance released today.
* WA to introduce ethical procurement requirements
* WA Lower House unanimously passes container deposit bills
* Qantas ratchets up waste target
* Holcim upgrades not good enough, EPA says
The number of companies willing to drop suppliers on environmental grounds has risen markedly, according to a new global survey by CDP on behalf of major institutional investors.
A new global steel sustainability standard, being developed with close involvement from Australian steelmakers, requires participants to cut carbon emissions in line with Paris Agreement goals.
Companies are now more willing to publicise their sustainability goals, says Coles' responsible sourcing manager James Whittaker.
Telstra, Stockland and BHP are global leaders on climate change, according to rankings released overnight by CDP.
Newcastle has become the first port in Australia to sign to an international sustainability standard designed especially for ports.
Footprint News is taking a break for the Christmas and New Year period, and will resume publishing in mid-January.
Sustainability managers should focus on building business revenue and meeting customer needs, not just compliance, according to Fujitsu's Lee Stewart.