Why judicial review reform could be a ‘disaster for the environment’

Environmental NGOs and campaigners are worried that the government’s planned reform of the judicial review process is unwarranted and could diminish access to environmental justice, reports Conor McGlone

by Conor McGlone
Green groups are concerned the government is again attempting to weaken the judicial review process. Photograph: Jack Taylor/Getty Images
Green groups are concerned the government is again attempting to weaken the judicial review process. Photograph: Jack Taylor/Getty Images

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