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Climate change, greenhouse gas contributions and the case of the Rocky Hill coal mine
Much of the commentary relates to climate change, but the project would have been refused for other unacceptable impacts.
Australia
4 Mar 2019
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Court recommends approval of an application for a mining lease and EA for The Kevins Corner Mine in the Galilee Basin
The negative environmental impacts were outweighed by the benefits that would result from the development of the mine.
Australia
14 Oct 2018
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Queensland Government proposes significant reforms to the financial assurance and rehabilitation framework for resource activities
The Bill also establishes a financial provisioning scheme to deal with the environmental impacts of resource activities.
Australia
13 Jun 2018
4
Federal Court dismisses challenge to the decision by the Environment Minister to approve Carmichael coal mine.
Litigation concerning the statutory tests under the Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act.
Australia
12 Jun 2018
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Coal export terminal at Abbot Point to progress after unsuccessful challenge to the Environmental Authority
Application by Whitsunday Resident Group challenging lawfulness of decision was dismissed on number of grounds discussed here.
Australia
12 Jun 2018
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Queensland Court of Appeal dismisses claims of procedural unfairness and upholds validity of Environmental Protection Order
The Court of Appeal held that the grounds attacking the validity of the EPO must fail and upheld the validity of the EPO.
Australia
1 Jun 2018
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Managing Expectations: the Queensland Land Court new Practice Directions
Guide on how new Practice Directions operate, and what parties should expect when appearing before the Land Court.
Australia
23 May 2018
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Queensland environmental laws prevail over Commonwealth Corporations Act
The Court also held that the liquidators were "executive officer"s to comply with the environmental protection order.
Australia
5 Apr 2018
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Conviction recorded in the first Category 1 prosecution under the Work Health and Safety Act
Risk of death was foreseeable and there were a number of reasonably practicable steps available to eliminate that risk.
Australia
5 Mar 2018
10
JMEI: New tax incentive for investors in small minerals exploration companies
New bill creates tax incentive scheme called JMEI to help boost greenfields exploration activity in Australia.
Australia
6 Dec 2017
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Foreign ownership of water entitlements registration update
The proposed changes have passed, and impose immediate and ongoing registration compliance burdens on foreign persons.
Australia
9 Jan 2017
12
National register of foreign ownership of water entitlements from 1 July 2017
Foreign persons with a "registrable water entitlement" or a "contractual water right" may need to register with the ATO.
Australia
7 Nov 2016
13
Wind Energy Planning Framework for NSW - cancelling out the white noise
The NSW government aims for more clarity around the wind farm development process by its Wind Energy Planning Framework.
Australia
1 Nov 2016
14
Nuclear power under consideration by South Australian government
A South Australian Royal Commission into nuclear fuel cycle expansion to generate electricity releases its key findings.
Australia
31 Aug 2016
15
Forward-looking statements for mining and resources companies - new ASIC guidelines
ASIC INFO 214 provides stakeholders with a better understanding of existing rules concerning forward-looking statements.
Australia
29 Jun 2016
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Lean and green: energy efficiency opportunities for agribusiness and regional areas
Commercial businesses involved in agribusiness or in regional areas should consider adopting energy efficiency programs.
Australia
12 Aug 2015
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Need for an independent verification scheme for stormwater quality improvement devices in Queensland
Local studies of stormwater quality improvement devices may take months or years to complete under the MUSIC guidelines.
Australia
8 Jul 2015
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Mining work health and safety laws moving closer to harmonisation across Australia
Mining safety regulators in Australia are continuing to broaden the obligations on companies, executives and managers.
Australia
10 Feb 2015
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How do iron ore producers, explorers and mining service providers survive a capital drought?
Sound legal, financial and business strategies can help miners and mining service providers weather cyclical upheavals.
Australia
24 Nov 2014
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Mining work health and safety: incidents, investigations and the right to remain silent
To comply with their legal obligations, mine operators need to develop an emergency response plan for WHS incidents.
Australia
5 Nov 2014
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