'Moral' imperative in Australia's biggest coal mine, says Resources Minister Josh Frydenberg

By Heath Aston, Political Correspondent
Updated October 19 2015 - 10:13am, first published October 18 2015 - 11:39am
Resources Minister Josh Frydenberg says there a "strong moral case" to proceed with Adani's mega-coal mine.  Photo: Ryan Stuart
Resources Minister Josh Frydenberg says there a "strong moral case" to proceed with Adani's mega-coal mine. Photo: Ryan Stuart
Queensland's Abbot Point, surrounded by wetlands and coral reefs, is set to become the worlds largest coal port .
Queensland's Abbot Point, surrounded by wetlands and coral reefs, is set to become the worlds largest coal port .
Rio Tinto has offloaded its minority stake in one of its Hunter Valley mines, Bengalla, for $US606 million to New Hope Group. Photo: Glenn Hunt
Rio Tinto has offloaded its minority stake in one of its Hunter Valley mines, Bengalla, for $US606 million to New Hope Group. Photo: Glenn Hunt

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