Policy Submissions

Writing submissions and participating in government processes is an important aspect of ALEC's work.

ALEC regularly makes submissions to government inquiries, regulatory reform and policy processes to improve environmental governance in the arid lands of Central Australia.

ALEC also analyses Environmental Impact Statements for major development and mining projects.

ALEC's 2018 submissions can be accessed below:

Submission on the NT Climate Change Discussion Paper

Submission on the Draft NT Environment Protection Bill and Regulations

Submission on Alice Springs Town Council Climate Change Action Plan

Submission on Discussion Paper Updating the 2009 National Waste Policy

Submission on Rule Change Request Northern Gas Pipeline Part 23 Derogation

Submission on the NT EPA Guidance on Adaptive Management

Submission on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the Jervois Base Metal Project

Submission on the Australian Faunal Extinction Crisis

Submission on PA 2018/0192: Tanami-Newmont Gas Pipeline Land Clearing

Submission on Planning for a Vibrant Future NT

ALEC's 2017 submissions can be accessed below:

Submission on the NT Pastoral Land Legislation Amendment Bill

Submission on the Draft Guideline: Recommended Land Use Separation Distances

Submission on NT Review, Reframe and Renew Discussion Paper

Submission on the Tellus Chandler Salt Mine and Hazardous Waste Facility

Submission on the DRAFT Western Davenport Water Allocation Plan

Submission on the Jervois Base Metal Project Terms of Reference 

Submission to the Scientific Inquiry into Hydraulic Fracturing in the Northern Territory

Submission into Environmental Regulatory Reform 

Submission on the Independent Commission Against Corruption

Submission on the Reform of Deductible Gift Recipient Tax Arrangements

Submission into the ATSI Act Consultation Discussion Paper

Submission on the Draft Strategic NT Economic Framework and Infrastructure Plan

Header Image: TNG Mount Peake Draft Environmental Impact Statement - these kind of documents are often complex and thousands of pages long.

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