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The Greens' climate trigger policy could become law. Experts explain how it could help cut emissions – and why we should be cautious

By Brendan Sydes, Honorary Senior Fellow, Melbourne Law Masters, The University of Melbourne
Anita Foerster, Associate professor, Monash University
Laura Schuijers, Deputy Director, Australian Centre for Climate and Environmental Law and Lecturer in Law, University of Sydney
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Under the Greens’ proposal, future projects, such as a new mine or high emissions industrial plant, would be assessed on the climate harms they’d potentially cause.The Conversation

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