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Article

6 Sep 2018

Author:
Matthew Kelly, The Herald (Australia)

Land and Environment Court reserves its judgement in the Rocky Hill coal mine case

Gloucester Resources argued that climate change was “really a complaint about global geopolitical relations” and merits appeal in the Land and Environment Court over the mine’s refusal was “a most singularly inappropriate vehicle” for doing so...

 

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Australia: Court dismisses Gloucester Resources' appeal re rejection of coal mine, on climate change grounds

Gloucester Resources lawsuit (re mine’s impact on climate change, Australia)