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EJA is excited to announce that David Barnden has joined us as our Finance & Climate Lawyer.

We’re delighted that Forest Lawyer Danya Jacobs has joined EJA. Danya has a wealth of experience in public interest environment law, including Victorian cases seeking to protect threatened species and communities from logging, and Federal Court challenges to mining in the Tarkine.

Proposed changes to EPBC laws

The Senate Standing Committee investigating the government's EPBC Amendment (Standing) Bill 2015 has released its report.

It’s taken almost two years, but finally, the people of the Latrobe Valley have had their fears confirmed. The Hazelwood Mine Fire Inquiry has released a report confirming that an increase in deaths did occur around the time of the fire, and that a likely cause is the air pollution released by the mine fire.

Pat Murphy's daughters

Will you Join our Twitter team to build pressure on Australia’s environment ministers?

For four decades, planners and consultants have been thinking about the best ways to protect the Yarra River. But so far, despite many very high quality plans, the river is not getting the full benefit.

Smog Western Sydney

Australia’s environment ministers appear to have gone into lockdown in the lead up to their Clean Air Agreement meeting. We’ve been forced to lodge FOI applications in several states...

It's very timely that the Victorian government has appointed a Ministerial Advisory Committee to conduct an inquiry into environmental protection in Victoria.

 

Environmental Justice Australia, on behalf of local citizens, recently won a VCAT review to set aside a decision to clear 34 Black Box trees (Eucalyptus largiflorens) in Kaniva, far west Victoria.

Tony Abbott and his mates in big mining want to change our biodiversity protection laws to exclude environmentalists and concerned community members from the courts.

This will make our courts the exclusive domain of big business and government, cutting out ordinary Australians who care about the world we live in.

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