The Electric Vehicle Council has recommended that Australia use fuel efficiency standards, to prevent it lagging behind the rest of the world in EV adoption rates.
The Bill enshrines into law an emissions target of 43% by 2030 and net zero emissions by 2050.
Two draft reporting standards relating to the disclosure of sustainability-related and climate-related financial information have been released by the ISSB.
The peak body for recycling in Australia has recommended the creation of a ministerial position dedicated to the circular economy.
The National Party of Australia has finally agreed to support, 'in principle', a net zero by 2050 policy, which has already been embraced by the agriculture and mining sectors.
The Australian Government has released its National Plastics Plan 2021, proposing a wide range of APCO-led initiatives to fight plastic waste.
The Australian Sustainable Finance Initiative has released a roadmap that sets out a bold plan to align Australia's financial system to support a thriving Australian society, a healthy environment, and a strong and prosperous economy.
Councillors in the City of Melbourne will consider proposed changes to the planning scheme to deliver more sustainable buildings.
Adelaide Cemeteries has gained internationally recognised ISO 14001 environmental certification, reportedly becoming the first cemetery operator in Australia to do so.
Lawyers and environmental NGOs have warned that Victoria's mines are contaminating communities and leaving a legacy of social, financial and environmental liabilities.
A report commissioned by the Australian Infrastructure Sustainability Council reveals that infrastructure will play a key role in our economic recovery.
The government has released a Native Fish Emergency Response Plan to protect the Murray–Darling Basin's native fish ahead of an expected hot and dry summer.
Sustainability Victoria has launched the Better Bag Habits campaign to prepare Victorians for the state-wide lightweight plastic bag ban taking effect on 1 November.
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The SA Government has announced it will increase the Solid Waste Levy from $100 to $140 on 1 January 2020, causing shockwaves at the Waste Management and Resource Recovery Association of Australia.