Indigenous rights 'front and centre' in energy future

By Marion Rae
Updated February 23 2024 - 3:30pm, first published 3:28pm
Chris Croker says it's time to "reset relationships" on clean energy development. (HANDOUT/FIRST NATIONS CLEAN ENERGY NETWORK)
Chris Croker says it's time to "reset relationships" on clean energy development. (HANDOUT/FIRST NATIONS CLEAN ENERGY NETWORK)

First Nations must be at the heart of Australia's renewable energy plans to share jobs and prosperity, avoid project delays and generate affordable sustainable power, experts say.

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