Can the Adani Group be trusted to comply with environmental laws?

The Adani Group’s global environmental record

The Adani Group’s track record of environmental damage and disregard for the law calls into question the company’s suitability to operate the biggest coal mine in Australia’s history. 

The Queensland and federal governments’ continuing support for the Adani Group’s ambitions in Australia suggest a systematic failure of their duty to adequately scrutinise the environmental track record of the Adani Group and its executive officers, and a failure to protect Australia and Australians against the risks of harmful activities being carried out by companies that may be unlikely or unwilling to avoid causing harm.

View Can the Adani Group be trusted to comply with environmental laws? The Adani Group’s global environmental record report issued by Environmental Justice Australia and Earthjustice (519KB)

View Can the Adani Group be trusted to comply with environmental laws? The Adani Group’s global environmental record A briefing paper on the report issued by Environmental Justice Australia and Earthjustice (376KB)


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