New documents released under a Freedom of Information request have raised fresh questions about why the water impacts of Adani's massive North Galilee Water Scheme will not be assessed under federal laws.Keep reading >
In an historic community win against climate change, the Hague Court of Appeal has upheld a landmark ruling ordering the Dutch Government to cut the country's greenhouse gas emissions by at least 25 percent by 2020, from benchmark 1990 levels.
What does it mean for climate litigation in Australia?
We have updated our blog with latest news and developments on the Adani Carmichael coal and rail projects. It includes information on Adani being prosecuted for marine discharge at Abbot Point, new evidence of unlawful activities on the mine site, assessment status of the proposed North Galilee Water Scheme, and more.Keep reading >
In September 2018, the High Court dismissed an application to hear the Linc Energy case made by the Queensland government. That means the Court of Appeal decision stands - so it’s possible for company liquidators in Queensland to disclaim future environmental responsibilities and for remediation costs to fall back on the State.Keep reading >
Strong new evidence indicates that Adani has breached its environmental approval for the Carmichael Coal Mine - with calls for the Queensland Government to investigate.Keep reading >
QGC Pty Ltd (QGC) has proposed the next phase of its gas production near Wandoan. The EPBC referral seeks to extend the initial project from 400 to 1200 wells, in the same referral project area. Submissions close 7 September. Here's how to make a submission:Keep reading >