Archived News for Green Sector Professionals - October, 2022
Reports say corrosion and leaking have been detected in several Queensland coal seam gas wells.
Pan scan shows plastic release
Scientists have measured the millions of tiny plastic particles that can come off Teflon pans during cooking.
Big funds for energy shift
The Federal Government has pledged to create jobs and spur investment in new energy industries.
CEFC backs ACEN works
Taxpayer funds are helping developer ACEN to build an 8 GW renewables portfolio.
Funds flow to hydrogen site
The WA Government has put up $5.5 million to accelerate a planned Hydrogen Hub.
Satellites set on power probe
Experts say satellites can track power station emissions in real-time, leaving polluters nowhere to hide.
State cuts tourism tape
The NSW Government is looking at changes that would make it easier for farmers to benefit from agritourism.
ASIC opens greenwashing spree
An energy company has been fined in ASIC’s first action taken over corporate greenwashing.
Rare species largely unknown
Experts say everyday Australians are fairly clueless about their country's most endangered species.
Budget shifts water spend
This week’s federal budget reveals dramatically different priorities on water projects to the previous government.
Green light for New Acland
The New Acland coal mine is set to restart after the Queensland government approved a key part of its plan.
Green money detailed
This week’s federal budget brings new money and planned reforms for the Australian environment.
MDBA warns of quality risk
The Murray-Darling Basin Authority says widespread flooding raises the risk of water quality issues.
Ningaloo duties split
A new joint management plan has been created for WA’s Ningaloo coastal reserves.
Old fuel threatens health
Experts say the world’s dependence on fossil fuels continues to threaten human health.
Australia to join methane deal
The Federal Government says Australia will sign up to a global pledge to reduce methane emissions.
EPA coal probe challenged
A Supreme Court challenge has been launched on the Victorian EPA's review of coal-fired power stations in Latrobe Valley.