Corruption in environmental decision-making

By October 12, 2017 February 6th, 2018 Biodiversity, Democratic Rights, Legal Protection for Nature, Reports

This report, jointly released by the Australian Conservation Foundation and Environmental Justice Australia, identifies key ‘anti-corruption’ principles and sets out how these need to be applied to government decision-making on environmental approvals, planning and natural resources management. It aims to provide a basis for good governance, an antidote to corrupt conduct and a defence of public trust in
environmental decision-making.

This report was submitted to the Select Committee into the Political Influence of Donations as part of ACF's submission to that Inquiry.

Read the report: Corruption in environmental decision-making (PDF, 3.35MB)

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