Renewed calls for environmental reform

Just 2.2% of Australian infrastructure projects have been rejected since the EPBC Act came into force

There are renewed calls for a new generation of environmental laws in Australia following the news that 96.2% of mining, ports and other infrastructure projects have been approved since the year 2000.

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