Join a special online briefing on Tuesday to get the full story
WHAT: An online briefing about a new legal action filed in the Northern Territory and how you can get involved
WHEN: Tuesday, 14 February at 7:30PM AEDT | 7:00PM ACDT | 6:30PM AEST | 6:00PM ACST | 4:30 AWST
WHERE: online, on zoom – RSVP and we will email you the link
WHO: Meet our client, ECNT, plus EJA Board deputy-chair Kate Allsop and lawyers Laura Dreyfus and Ellen Maybery
Land clearing is skyrocketing in the NT
We’re representing the Environment Centre of the Northern Territory (ECNT) in the NT Supreme Court, where we’ll challenge a decision to let a huge multinational corporation bulldoze over 900 hectares of important savanna woodlands.
The NT’s woodland savanna are a little known but vitally important ecosystem. It’s a diverse and, until now, an ecosystem largely untouched by industrial agriculture.
But a burgeoning cotton industry plans to bulldoze vast amounts of savanna woodland to pave the way for large-scale cotton production – which we’ve already seen devastate the Murray Darling Basin.
Join us at this rapid online briefing to hear the full details about this legal action from our client, ECNT, and EJA lawyers.