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The National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting (NGER) Scheme was introduced by the Howard Government in 2007 to provide data and accounting in relation to greenhouse gas emissions and energy consumption and production. The Scheme’s legislated objectives are to: underpin the carbon price mechanism; inform policy-making and the Australian public; meet Australia’s international reporting obligations; and provide a single national reporting framework for energy and emissions reporting.
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An Act to provide for the reporting and dissemination of information related to greenhouse gas emissions, greenhouse gas projects, energy production and energy consumption, and for other purposes