Future of the Environment

This Australian coalmine will become an eco-tourism attraction

An artist’s impression of the proposed new Eden Project on the site of a former Alcoa coalmine in Victoria, Australia. Undated. Image: Handout photo courtesy of the Eden Project

Sarah Shearman

Social Enterprise Correspondent, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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The current site of the former Alcoa coalmine the Eden Project plans to develop in Victoria, Australia. Undated. Image: Handout photo courtesy of the Eden Project

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