Environment department concedes Australia stands alone on Kyoto carryover units, and cannot name 'technology improvements' supposed to deliver big emissions reductions.
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Snowy management defends Snowy 2.0 pumped hydro scheme, telling an estimates hearing the economics stack up and rejecting claims the project would affect the national park.
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