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Renewable hydrogen bonanza for Gladstone
Parliament Smart Energy Summit shows renewables ready to rebuild regions
City of Ballarat well positioned to lead in Victoria’s circular economy
Greens response to Norwegian oil giant Equinor’s announcment it’s scrapping plans to drill
Balanced approach to Victorian gas is needed
‘Climate Trigger’ laws off to Senate Inquiry
Latest quarterly data shows no progress on cutting Australia’s climate pollution
Emissions targets without labour standards hurt workers, says electrical union
Labor Party commits to net zero carbon emissions target for 2050
Labor emissions target announcement – Ai Group comment
ALP’S net zero announcement WELCOMED
Net zero by 2050 and new coal mines will not save us from climate emergency: Bandt
Bushfire Royal Commission a missed opportunity to reset Australia’s climate policies
Councils: Victoria needs strong emission reduction targets
COALITION DODGING ITS climate responsibilities
Cities call for action on climate targets
Action urgently needed as post-bushfire floods threaten river and coastal ecosystems
Independent bill an important contribution to climate policy debate
NSW-Commonwealth agreement to help make energy transition faster and cheaper
Australian Climate Roundtable Renews Joint Policy Principles
Solar scheme to offer affordable quality solar systems
Every building counts
Untapped potential and case for nuclear energy
Regional climate change information session on 16 October
Sun powering Council’s electricity cost savings
Maritime Shipping’s Moon-shot Ambition Announced at UN Climate Action Summit
Noosa Biosphere Reserve gets nod of approval from UNESCOs 10 year review
Victorian first for Net Zero target
Nuclear power inquiry first step in a mature fact-based discussion
Howarth advised on methane portions of NY’s new climate law
Deadline approaching for Climate Change Commission nominations
Delegation to learn from world’s best transport, recycling and tree programs
PHNIX Low Temperature Sludge Dryer System — A Leading Solution on Wet Sludge Drying in Asia
Boost for clean, healthy air as AstraZeneca electrifies its global
United States uranium decision great news for Australian producers
UNSW boasts two of Australia’s Most Innovative Engineers for 2019
Entries closing soon for Grand Parade
Environment Grant recipients announced
City of Sydney declares climate emergency
Moreland welcomes Toyota Mirai in hydrogen fuel cell vehicle trial
Toyota Australia hydrogen Mirai FCEV loan program extends as interest in zero emissions vehicles grows
Significant $28.4M capital program for Noosa
Lord Mayor Clover Moore calls on City of Sydney to declare climate emergency
NSW Government drives investment in clean energy
Australia’s Chief Scientist visits UNSW Torch Innovation Precinct hydrogen lab in China
Carbon capture and storage critical to reducing emissions
Managing our energy transition
Barnett skips important pre-election COAG energy summit