An Australian court on Tuesday (Mar 15) overturned a groundbreaking ruling from last year that required the country's environment minister to consider harm to children from climate change as part of the approval process for a coal mine.
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The full Federal Court decided unanimously in favour of the appeal by Environment Minister Sussan Ley against a judge's ruling that she had a duty of care to avoid harming children when weighing approval for a coal project. The court ruled "the duty should not be imposed upon the Minister".
Australia is the world's number two exporter of coal used in power generation, in terms of export volume.
The original ruling, which related to approval of a coal mine extension in the state of New South Wales, was seen as setting a precedent for other mine applications. Ley approved the mine, run by Whitehaven Coal, last September ahead of the appeal.
Emissions from burning the coal from the mine project were estimated at 100 million tonnes of carbon dioxide-equivalent.