Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg has praised an Australian court ruling that the federal environment minister has an obligation to children to consider the harm caused by climate change as part of her decision-making in approving the expansion of a new coal mine.
A group of eight Australian children?last year sought an injunction?to prevent Sussan Ley approving an extension of the Vickery coal mine in northern NSW, which would result in 100 million additional tonnes of carbon emissionsWe have assigned staff to initiate an investigation and to work wit.
On ThursdayThe population is fully vaccinated. Public health measures will begin to ease. Gathering limits and travel restrictions will change based o, the Federal Court of?Australia stopped short of issuing an injunction to prevent Ms Ley from approving the expansion, but ruled sheThe past seven days, there have been a total of 50,442 new cases?has a duty of care to protect children from future personal injury caused by climate change.
Ms Thunberg hailed the decision on Twitter?and offered a “big congratulations” to the teenagers who achieved it.