Have Your Say Now - Climate Change & Energy
Click on the map to find opportunities to have your say about decisions relating to climate change and energy in your local community
Note that some opportunities will apply to large areas of the State, or the whole of NSW or Australia. In this case, the opportunity will be mapped at the street address of the relevant Government Department's head office or the nearest local council chambers.
Wednesday, September 20, 2017 at 05:00 PMDepartment of the Environment and Energy in Upper Haughton, Australia
Planning proposal for consolidated urban areas and a consolidated conservation area / corridor as well as a new Warner Road – Old North Road intersection alignment – Submissions are invited until Wednesday 20 September 2017.
Tuesday, September 26, 2017 at 05:00 PMDepartment of the Environment and Energy in Port Campbell, Australia
Planning proposals to maintain well deliverability from the Casino Henry Netherby fields or through the Minerva Gas Plant – Submissions are invited until Tuesday 26 September 2017.
Friday, September 29, 2017 at 05:00 PMDepartment of Environment and Energy in Parkes, Australia
The Department of Environment and Energy is seeking feedback on a possible new method for calculating exemptions based on the electricity used by emissions-intensive trade-exposed (IETE) activities.
EITE businesses and liable entities are encouraged to review the paper and make a submission by Friday 29 September 2017.
Friday, September 29, 2017 at 05:00 PMClimate Change Authority in Parkes, Australia
The Climate Change Authority is seeking public comment to inform its review of the Carbon Farming Initiative and the Emissions Reduction Fund.
Submissions are invited until Friday, 29 September 2017.
Monday, October 02, 2017 at 05:00 PMDepartment of the Environment and Energy in Parkes, Australia
The Department of the Environment and Energy is seeking feedback on the draft Measurement of soil carbon sequestration in agricultural systems method. The draft method provides an opportunity for landholders and businesses to earn Australian Carbon Credit Units by managing their land in a way that could lead to an increase in soil organic carbon. The draft method uses direct measurement to detect changes in soil carbon and a regression approach to attribute that change to human activity. The method provides for project proponents to be credited with this change, subject to discounts and buffers.
Submissions are invited until Monday, 2 October 2017.