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Report: Next generation biodiversity laws

EDO NSW has prepared a report for Humane Society International (HSI) which sets out the basic requirements for the introduction of next generation national biodiversity law in Australia.

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Environmental law in China

Our CEO David Morris was in China last week for the inaugural meeting of the International Advisory Board to establish the Wuhan University Environmental Law Committee at the Research Institute of Environmental Law at Wuhan University.

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New book on water law and governance

Our Senior Policy and Law Reform Solicitor, Dr Emma Carmody, has had a chapter published in a significant new Australian book on water law. 

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Murray-Darling Basin Senate vote

On Wednesday night (9 May 2018), the Australian Senate voted in support of an amendment to the Murray-Darling Basin Plan that will reduce the actual recovery volume of water for the environment by 605GL. 

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Video: Lawyers discuss Lock the Gate v NSW Government

EDO NSW Principal Solicitor Elaine Johnson and Senior Solicitor Brendan Dobbie discuss the Lock the Gate v NSW Government case on the eve of the Tribunal hearing.

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Video report: Concerns coal mine expansion to pollute Sydney drinking water

Andrew Thomas has filed an international report for Al Jazeera on concerns that the expansion of Springvale coal mine could pollute the rivers which supply water to Sydney. 

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Lismore office closes

The EDO NSW Lismore office is closing this week.

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The town that said No to AGL

'The Town that Said No to AGL' by our client John Watts of Gloucester was launched at State Parliament House on Wednesday night. 

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