Knowledge hubs needed to cut industrial CO2 emissions

Will Green is news editor of Supply Management
22 May 2020

The Australian government should set up knowledge-sharing hubs for road freight and industrial facilities to boost work to reduce carbon emissions, according to a review.

The review, chaired by Grant King and commissioned by the government to find ways to encourage carbon reduction, said an outreach programme should be established to “address the information barriers impeding the realisation of cost-effective abatement opportunities” and participation in the Emissions Reduction Fund (ERF), which incentivises cuts in emissions.

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