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Video: Grazier Dugald Bucknell

A Macquarie Marshes grazier considers the interconnectedness of the human and natural forces at play in the Murray-Darling Basin from the point of view of a frog...

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Rocky Hill decision cited at IPC meeting on Dartbrook mine 

In a submission on behalf of Friends of the Upper Hunter urging the Independent Planning Commission to refuse a modification application in relation to the shuttered Dartbrook mine at Aberdeen in the Upper Hunter valley, EDO NSW has argued there were many parallels to Gloucester's fight against the Rocky Hill mine project.

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Forum: Disaster in the Murray-Darling Basin

Dr Emma Carmody, Senior Solicitor at the EDO with particular expertise in water law, will be among the expert panellists at a Thursday 9 May forum on the crisis unfolding in the Murray-Darling Basin. 

Update 16 May 2019: *The forum is now available as a podcast*

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LSJ: A Rocky Hill climate change case note

The April 2019 edition of LSJ (Law Society Journal) carries a legal update on the climate change grounds in the Rocky Hill judgment. 

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Women of the Murray-Darling Basin in the Weekly

Water law expert Emma Carmody is among the women who feature in this week's Australian Women's Weekly investigation of the environmental crisis facing the Murray-Darling Basin.

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Rocky Hill: Wrong place, wrong time

Matt Floro, EDO NSW Solicitor with carriage of the Rocky Hill case on behalf of Groundswell Gloucester, and our legal researcher Jasper Brown have published a case note in AUSPUBLAW.

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Historic defeat for bauxite mine in Solomon Islands

The Solomon Islands Environment Advisory Committee (EAC) has revoked a development consent for a bauxite mine on Wagina island, in a ground-breaking decision following the first-ever merits appeal hearing in Solomon Islands.  

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Wallarah2 legal challenge unsuccessful

The legal challenge to the approval of the Wallarah2 coal mine on the Central Coast on behalf of Australian Coal Alliance has been dismissed.

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20 years of the EPBC Act - NELA symposium

Our Director of Policy and Law Reform Rachel Walmsley will be among the expert speakers at a symposium in Canberra on 29 March 2019 held by the National Environmental Law Association (NELA) and ANU College of Law to canvass key priorities for the review of our national environmental laws. 

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Ripples: Kath McBride of Tolarno Station

Katharine McBride by the Darling River in the far west of NSW: 'the EDO helps us get the story out about river degradation'.

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