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L - R: Kimberly-Clark Australia CEO Robbert Rietbroek; The Honourable Greg Hunt MP; Kimberly-Clark Millicent Mill Manager Scott Whicker; Kimberly-Clark Head of Corporate Affairs and Sustainability Jacquie Fegent-McGeachie.
12/11/14 - Kimberly-Clark Australia won the Environment Minister’s Award for a Cleaner Environment at the Banksia Awards, held in Sydney yesterday.
Climate lobby urges govt to look past 2020 carbon target
10/11/14 - Australia should reduce net carbon emissions by 40 per cent of 2020 levels by 2025 and decarbonise the economy between 2040 and 2050, a report says.
Miners and Adelaide Uni team up on Spencer Gulf environmental plan
10/11/14 - Nystar has joined a number of major miners in the University of Adelaide's Spencer Gulf Ecosystem and Development Initiative.
From divestments to protests, social licence is the key
10/11/14 - The growing importance of miners' social licence to operate, especially in the wake of the ANU divestments, is being examined.
Australian Mining Prospect Awards Winner: Excellence in Environmental Management
07/11/14 - Environmental fluid systems has won the Excellence in Environmental Management award for its innovative cleaning system.
Mining for meaning in protests [blog]
05/11/14 - I Think Mining's Jack Caldwell discusses motivation behind protests, and gives a different view on an issue that also affects Australia.
​Activists lock themselves to conveyors at Narrabri coal mine
04/11/14 - Leard Forest Alliance activists have locked themselves to Whitehaven Coal’s Narrabri mine’s overland conveyors, in the second day of protests.
​Antarctic mining ban to be indefinite
03/11/14 - A symposium on polar law has heard that mining will indefinitely be banned in the Antarctic region.
Polluters ready to sign up for Direct Action plan: govt
03/11/14 - The federal government says its controversial Direct Action scheme will begin in 2015 and businesses are ready to sign up to it.
Understanding environmental sustainability in manufacturing
31/10/14 - Australian manufacturers planning a long term future must go down the sustainable manufacturing path, if they are going to survive. Alan Johnson reports.
Carbon tax axing – what’s the result?
Supplier news
30/10/14 - The repeal of the carbon tax has stolen plenty of headlines recently. Mike Lorge looks at what is it likely to mean for the nation’s manufacturers.
Direct Action climate policy receives PUP backing
30/10/14 - The government’s $2.55 billion Direct Action climate change policy has received the support of Clive Palmer and is now likely to pass through the senate.

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