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Court says minister has 'duty of care' in coal investmentBY ELIZABETH MCARTHUR | FRIDAY, 28 MAY 2021 12:39PM
The Federal Court has ruled in favour of eight high school students, finding that the Federal Environment Minister has a duty of care not to cause them harm from climate change.
Read more: Federal Court, Federal Environment Minister, Vickery, David Barnden, Mark McVeigh, Environment Minister Sussan Ley, Equity Generation Lawyers, Laura Kirwan, northern New South Wales
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