The Climate Change Authority has today
released a consultation paper to facilitate consultation on its review of the operation of the
National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting legislation.
The review will focus on the three key aspects of the legislation: emissions and energy reporting, the safeguard mechanism, and the auditing framework, to determine whether these elements are fit for purpose, achieving their objectives and if any improvements are needed.
Individuals and organisations are encouraged to review the consultation paper, and provide a submission to the Authority by 11 September 2018 to inform the final report (due December 2018).
See the Climate Change Authority
consultation page for more information on the consultation process, or how to make a submission.
The Climate Change Authority was established on 1 July 2012 to provide the Government with independent and expert advice on climate change policy. The Climate Change Authority is required under the
National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting Act 2007 to undertake a review into the operation of the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting legislation by 31 December 2018.
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