Could the world’s largest green energy hub redefine how companies work with Indigenous people?

The $75 billion Western Green Energy Hub (WGEH), announced on Tuesday, will be built across an area larger than Connecticut on the traditional lands of the Aboriginal Mirning People.

The Mirning People will have a share in the project’s profits and a permanent board seat for the consortium that runs the project. The consortium says that it will develop the project with “complete respect for the Mirning community and its heritage in the area.”

This is an excerpt from an article that appeared in Time Magazine the Australian Financial Review on 13 July 2021.

Click here to read the full article by Amy Gunia

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