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19 July 2021

Toy Industry to collaborate and develop sustainability solutions

The Australian Toy Association (ATA) has been supported with a through the Circular Economy Business Innovation Centre (CEBIC) delivered by Sustainability Victoria. This is a world first for the toy industry and another example of an industry taking responsibility for its products. In collaboration with leading toy industry brands and retailers, the funding enables the … Continue reading Toy Industry to collaborate and develop sustainability solutions

17 June 2021

New environmental laws in Victoria from July 1 2021

EPA Victoria will have increased powers from 1 July 2021 to prevent harm to public health and the environment from pollution and waste.  The laws include sweeping changes which transforms EPA powers and requirements for business owners and operators. It is the responsibility of all business directors and managers to understand the new laws and … Continue reading New environmental laws in Victoria from July 1 2021

16 June 2021

ARENA launch $43 million Industrial Energy Transformation Studies Program

The Australian Renewable Energy Agency announced a $43 million grant program on behalf of the federal government to assist in identifying methods to cut industrial energy costs and emissions. The first round of the Industrial Energy Transformation Studies Program will offer $25 million to assist research and the development of business case projects for organisations in … Continue reading ARENA launch $43 million Industrial Energy Transformation Studies Program

11 June 2021

Greenwashing and the ‘race to zero’

Global markets, shareholders and consumers are impelling corporates to announce climate action and net zero policies across the globe. This movement has resulted in a rush of company directors announcing net zero pledges without fully examining their capacity and ability to meet their goals. Renew Economy stressed that failures to meet these goals, could be … Continue reading Greenwashing and the ‘race to zero’

24 May 2021

Considerations for the impacts on SMEs as major corporates ‘race to zero’

Numerous corporations have joined the “race to net zero” emissions, announcing targets and policies to reduce their carbon outputs. The impacts these declarations will have on small to medium sized enterprises (SME) within major corporates’ supply chains should be considered. For example, Unilever is a leader in producing fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) and their … Continue reading Considerations for the impacts on SMEs as major corporates ‘race to zero’

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