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Published: 25 July 2018 11:34am
Represented by a former senior judge, a super fund member is alleging his fund is in breach of the
due to poor climate disclosure practices.
Published: 19 June 2018 5:24pm
* Court rejects climate change challenge to Peabody mine
* NEG paper contains deal-breaker flaw: Environment Victoria
* Orora signs 10-year wind farm power purchase agreement
* WA relishes ERF auction dominance
Published: 20 April 2018 11:16am
Climate change litigants are increasingly arguing their case by alleging infringement of environmental and human rights, according to the Chief Justice of the NSW Land and Environment Court.
Published: 17 April 2018 3:44pm
A new greenhouse gas challenge to a coal mine alleges non-compliance with a state environmental policy and a failure to consider the public interest.
Published: 07 February 2018 2:30pm
The COAG Energy Council today appointed a leading renewables and climate change lawyer as an additional commissioner to the Australian Energy Market Commission.
Published: 05 February 2018 12:19pm
Hearings start this week on a greenhouse gas challenge to a Peabody coal mine extension, based on alleged non-compliance with a decade-old state environmental policy.
Published: 25 August 2017 3:42pm
There might be sound reasons for disagreeing with the EPBC approval granted to Adani for its proposed coal mine, but it wasn't unlawful, three Federal Court judges said today.
Published: 10 April 2017 3:55pm
The High Court has refused to consider whether Queensland's Appeal Court wrongly dealt with coal-burning emissions when hearing a dispute over GVK Hancock's Alpha coal mine.
Published: 21 October 2016 11:57am
Directors are breaching their fiduciary duty if they only comply with climate change legislation and fail to adequately develop strategies to equip their companies for a carbon-constrained economy, according to MinterEllison lawyer and corporate governance expert Sarah Barker.
Published: 27 September 2016 2:41pm
Queensland's Court of Appeal has rejected arguments that a lower court erred in assessing the harm caused by burning coal from GVK Hancock's proposed Alpha mine.