Minerals Council of Australia
The MCA urges the 2015 Board of Inquiry to carefully consider any specific recommendations around rehabilitation and ensure that they are based on international leading practice methods and suitable to the underlying geological and landscape conditions.
Green groups are gaming legal and approvals processes to delay and stop mine projects, just as they said they would…
The minerals sector welcomes the introduction of legislation to make it harder for radical environmental groups to deliberately sabotage mining projects through vexatious and incessant legal challenges.
Over recent years a large number of new projects and mine expansions have been subject to a calculated campaign of protests and harassment, including vexatious and incessant legal appeals lodged by a small band of extreme environmental groups. We know this is the strategy being adopted by these groups because it was foreshadowed in their own strategy document, Stopping the Australian Coal Export Boom document leaked in early 2012.
7-9 Oct 2015 Fremantle WA
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