Tasmanian legal expert questions Federal Court decision over coal mine approvals

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By Isabel Bird
June 6 2021 - 6:00am
Action: Legislative guardian Sister Brigid Arthur and child litigant Anjali Sharma is is one of several children who brought the action. Photo supplied.

A legal case stating that the harms caused by carbon dioxide emissions on future generations must be considered by politicians when looking at approvals is likely to be appealed, says a Tasmanian torts expert.

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