A dead CERT for greenhouse transparency and accountability
The Clean Energy Regulator (CER) has released new guidelines enabling large greenhouse gas emitting companies to get value from being accountable and transparent. The Corporate Emissions Reduction Transparency (CERT) program, known as CERT, is for large companies and emitters to disclose their progress towards meeting their renewable and emissions targets. The CERT will promote company … Continue reading A dead CERT for greenhouse transparency and accountability
Ending Cigarette Butt Litter, A report prepared for WWF
The World Wildlife Fund engaged Equilibrium to investigate solutions to the environmental problem of cigarette filter and butt litter in Australia. Of the 17.8 billion cigarettes currently consumed each year, as much as 8 million end up as litter. Cigarette butt filters are made from non-bio degradable plastic and can take up to 12 – … Continue reading Ending Cigarette Butt Litter, A report prepared for WWF
2050 Modelling Shifts Net Zero Leadership to Industry
The Australian Government commitment to net zero emissions by 2050 could well be the embodiment of former Indian Mahatma Ghandi’s famous quote: “There go my people, I must hurry to catch up with them for I am their leader”. The market has spoken. Business and the community is already moving ahead of Government on greenhouse … Continue reading 2050 Modelling Shifts Net Zero Leadership to Industry
Grant opportunities in New South Wales and Victoria
The NSW government has announced four grants available to improve recycling and waste services. > Organics Infrastructure: $6 million is available to support the processing of organic waste. This grant is available to local businesses, councils and projects that upgrade, build and expand organics processing infrastructure. Applications close October 21. > Organics Collection: $12 … Continue reading Grant opportunities in New South Wales and Victoria
Waste Export License
The Australian Government has implemented the Waste Export Ban, and has begun to regulate the export of Australian of certain wastes. As of July 2021, glass and mixed plastics “waste” are regulated for export. Baled and whole tyres are set to be regulated from the 1st of December and other materials including cardboard and mixed … Continue reading Waste Export License
Government Grants for High Energy Users
The Australian Government Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources is providing [...]Continue Reading ...
Push for voluntary carbon offsets
The Clean Energy Regulator has announced a new initiative to publish an annual Corporate Emis [...]Continue Reading ...
Worksafe Victoria’s New Manslaughter Offences
Protecting the health, safety and welfare of employees and other people at every workplace is [...]Continue Reading ...
The Potency of Environmental Film Making
The power of film to inform, educate and activate is immense. Both photography and films have [...]Continue Reading ...