Two Commonwealth agencies considering a billion dollar loan to Adani have rejected any suggestion of slack governance standards.
Environmental lawyers are concerned two of the agencies' board members are also directors of companies that could benefit if the Adani project goes ahead.
Adani is seeking the loan for a railway to connect its proposed mega coal mine to a port in central Queensland.
Featured in this radio current affairs story:
David Barnden, Environmental Justice Australia
Ben Pennings, Galilee Blockade
Paul Oosting, Get Up
Curtis Pitt, Queensland Treasurer
First broadcast on Monday 29 May 2017