Blog Articles by Brendan Sydes

Great Barrier Reef 'in danger'?

Brendan Sydes looks at the prospect the Great Barrier Reef will be designated ‘World Heritage in danger’.

Do you want to use your skills to help the environment and the health of the Australian community?

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A rare opportunity to join our team!  We’re seeking two new lawyers to join our legal experts to work on new projects. If you are a new lawyer (up to 3 years post admission) with a burning desire to use your legal skills for justice and sustainability, then we’d like to hear from you. 

Environment Minister Greg Hunt’s decision to issue an exemption for the dispersal of Grey Headed Flying Foxes under national environment protection laws raises some serious questions

Environment debate at National Press Club debate has prompted a call from leading environment groups for an overhaul of our outdated environment protection laws.  

Independent Inquiry of the Environment Protection Authority report: welcome recommendations for reforms to environment protection.

Earthjustice team

by Lillian Graystone

It’s becoming more and more obvious that mining rehabilitation bonds are simply not adequate to cover the costs of rehabilitating land.

We've just heard that environment ministers from around Australia have announced weak new limits on particle pollution. With air pollution responsible for at least 3000 deaths each year in Australia, this response is simply not good enough.

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