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2.4.17

Time is running out to stop Adani's Carmichael mine | News | Eco-Business | Asia Pacific: The company has said that its board will finalise an investment decision about the controversial project by June, and its chairman Gautam Adani has also recently told the Indian press that he expects final approvals from the Australian government in May or June. The company has said that if it receives the necessary approvals by June, work can begin as soon as August.

“So we are up against the clock here,” Astill told the audience of almost 800 Sydneysiders. The Carmichael mine will be Australia’s largest mine if it goes ahead, and movement to persuade policymakers and financiers to withdraw support from the project needs to scale up significantly, he added.


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