The Chair of the EDO NSW Board, Jane Mathews AO, who was the first woman appointed as a judge in NSW, was among women trailblazers honoured at a recent NSW Law Society gala dinner.Read more
Dr Emma Carmody, expert in governance for the Murray-Darling Basin and legal advisor for the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands, speaks in the November 2018 edition of the ClimateReady podcast about multiple scales of water law in relation to the Murray-Darling Basin.Read more
Papua New Guinea is, by a number of measures, one of the most significant countries in the South Pacific. For this reason, since its inception our International Program has had a strong focus there. David Morris, CEO of EDO NSW, made his first visit to PNG last week – in the wake of the APEC summit.Read more
Jemilah Hallinan, our Outreach Director, gave a presentation on environmental law to a visiting delegation of Indonesian MPs this week.Read more
The Minister for Regional Water Niall Blair has requested an independent review into the impacts of the bottled water industry on groundwater sources in the Northern Rivers.Read more
A meeting of the Independent Planning Commission (IPC) on the proposed greenfield Bylong coal mine heard from expert witnesses on behalf of EDO NSW client, the Bylong Valley Protection Alliance (BVPA).Read more
EDO NSW has assisted Greenpeace Australia Pacific in obtaining documents under Freedom of Information laws which reveal the potential dangers involved in drilling for oil in the wild seas off the South Australian coast.
After a long process of seeking information regarding the Newcastle V8 Supercars event, the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal Appeal Panel has agreed to release the information to EDO NSW clients Newcastle East Residents Group (NERG).Read more