Australia’s heavy emitters struggling to achieve climate commitments, regulator report says

Published 07:45 on July 8, 2022  /  Last updated at 07:45 on July 8, 2022  /  Asia Pacific, Australia, International, Voluntary Market  /  No Comments

Some of Australia’s biggest carbon emitters surrendered a total of 1.1 million units and certificates in financial year 2020/21, according to a new report by the Clean Energy Regulator that for the first time tracks company progress towards voluntary commitments, though many heavy emitters have made minimal progress on meeting their goals.  

Some of Australia’s biggest carbon emitters surrendered a total of 1.1 million units and certificates in financial year 2020/21, according to a new report by the Clean Energy Regulator that for the first time tracks company progress towards voluntary commitments, though many heavy emitters have made minimal progress on meeting their goals.

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