ACF versus the Environment Minister – our Adani court case explained – Australian Conservation Foundation

To summarise the case, ACF argued that in making his decision the Minister did not correctly or fully consider the impact or likely impact of pollution from the coal burnt in India on the Great Barrier Reef. That is, he incorrectly characterised combustion emissions as “not a direct consequence of the proposed action” and did not properly applying the legal test that was required by s527E of the EPBC Act.

Source: ACF versus the Environment Minister – our Adani court case explained – Australian Conservation Foundation

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