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Learn more about the Living Wonders legal intervention
The Environment Council of Central Queensland has submitted a reconsideration request, asking Minister Plibersek to listen to Australia's and the world's climate scientists when considering what MACH's Mount Pleasant expansion could harm.
Minister Plibersek has a huge responsibility – to safeguard the nationally significant plants, places and animals on her watch. This includes examining the climate impact of all new fossil fuel projects – including MACH's Mount Pleasant coal mine expansion.
The fate of Australia’s living wonders are in her hands.