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Clean Energy Projects: Governments Must Fully Disclose Potential Impacts

By Sonia Hickey: Sydney Criminal Lawyers Blog In this day and age, with the ‘climate emergency’ on our doorstep, you’d be crazy and ‘out-of-touch’ for expressing concern about or opposition to a renewable energy project, right?  After all, the world… Continue Reading →

Australia’s Labor Government to Destroy One of the World’s Greatest Whale Migration Routes

By John Stapleton Australia’s Labor government, elected in 2022, is planning to destroy the country’s most beloved whale migration route by placing hundreds of wind turbines directly on its path. Wind farms are notorious around the world for their destruction… Continue Reading →

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