Frustration grows over delayed release of review into Australia’s environmental laws

‘Questions naturally arise’ about review’s independence, environmental group says

Environment groups are increasingly anxious and frustrated as they wait for the release of an interim report from a review of Australia’s national environmental laws.

The review’s chair, the former competition watchdog head Graeme Samuel, handed his report to the environment minister, Sussan Ley, almost three weeks ago.

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