The Fourth District Court of Appeals opened the door for third parties — and not just government agencies — to challenge permits for projects that could harm the environment.

Its ruling grants a request by South Florida conservation company, Bluefield Ranch Mitigation Bank Trust, which questioned whether the Florida Department of Transportation had followed state law requiring infrastructure builders to offset, or mitigate, any harm to the environment before gaining a permit for their projects.

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