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Environmental Justice Australia


Unearthing Australia’s toxic coal ash legacy

Coal ash is one of Australia’s biggest waste problems, accounting for nearly one-fifth of the entire nation’s waste stream. It is toxic and, if not strictly disposed of, can contaminate air, soil and water and lead to serious health and environmental impacts.
Policy report

A new deal for the rivers and waterways of Melbourne’s west: law and policy reform for waterway protection and new models of urban design

This report proposes legislative and policy reforms for the protection and repair of the rivers and creeks across Melbourne’s west.

The health burden of fine particle pollution from electricity generation in NSW

This report estimates the health burden of air pollution from individual coal-fired power stations in NSW. It is significant new research made possible by recent studies of particle characterisation and atmospheric transport of pollution.

Reforming the EPA - the impact on communities and the environment

Summary of results from a survey, conducted by Environmental Justice Australia, to feed into reform of the Environment Protection Act and EPA.

Let's act for the Yarra

Highlights the problems facing the Yarra River and calls for a Yarra River Protection Act to address them.