Adani boss failed to disclose link to African pollution disaster

The Environment Department wrote to Jeyakumar Janakaraj in August seeking information about the environmental record of executive officers.  He is driving Australia’s biggest mining project.  He failed to disclose that a company he ran in Africa was guilty of serious environmental breaches, despite this request.

If any company is reckless or negligent in the information they provide, it’s an offence and there are criminal fines and prosecutions that can be brought.

The article shows a good map of the Adani proposed rail line.

ABC: Mark Willacy: 10 Dec 2015

Key Words: Climate Change, risks
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