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NITV: No energy boom without Indigenous consent, say advocates

The consent and involvement of Traditional Owners will be critical to a clean energy future.

Australia's renewable energy boom hinges on the involvement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and their consent to build major projects on cultural lands, advocates say.

The First Nations Clean Energy Network, which brings together community, government and industry to shape renewables' future, is in Melbourne for a two-day symposium.

The group launched in November and Original Power executive director Karrina Nolan said it has been busy organising and engaging with governments on policy reform.

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