Australia gives environmental nod to $5.7B coal project

Agence France-Presse: Waratah Coal on Saturday, December 21, welcomed the Australian government's approval of its Aus$6.4 billion (US$5.7 billion) Galilee coal project, as conservationists warned the decision threatened the environment. The proposed coal mine, rail and infrastructure development in Queensland received approval for its environmental impact statement on Friday, December 20. "The project has been approved subject to 49 strict conditions to avoid, mitigate and manage impacts to matters of national environmental......

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