Policy and Regulation

Australian regulator issues new greenwashing fine

Black Mountain Energy fined over allegedly false or misleading sustainability statements. Australian oil and gas company Black Mountain Energy has paid a A$39,960 ($27,060) fine in response to infringement notices issued by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission, which accused the company of greenwashing. ASIC issued three infringement notices on ...

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