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Environmental Law in Australia 9th ed


ISBN13: 9780409341935
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780409332070
Published: June 2016
Publisher: LexisNexis Australia
Country of Publication: Australia
Format: Paperback
Price: £95.00



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Environmental Law in Australia provides a clear and authoritative discussion of the fundamental principles underpinning all environmental initiatives. The author explains how the involvement of the law adds value to the design and implementation of environmental policy, providing an impartial process for resolving conflicts about breaches of the law and environmental decision-making.

The ninth edition has been fully revised and extensively updated to cover all relevant new developments in policy, case law and legislation, such as the introduction of national biosecurity legislation, updates on international case law relating to whales and climate litigation, new material on mining and coal seam gas, new case law on public interest litigation, criminal prosecutions and review of environmental decision-making. Significant developments also include:

  • a new chapter on the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (Cth)
  • a new chapter on waste and contaminated lands
  • new material on practical approaches to implementing principles of sustainable development
  • amendments to the chapter on climate and energy following the repeal of clean energy legislation

The book is designed for undergraduate and postgraduate students of law, environmental science, environmental management and environmental economic disciplines, enabling readers to approach any environmental law with a clear understanding of how it is intended to work and how it will be interpreted. It is also a valuable resource for non-government organisations, public servants, corporate officers and other practitioners.

Subjects:
Other Jurisdictions , Australia
Contents:
Part A: The Development of Environmental Law: Institutions, Influences and Instruments
Chapter 1. The Growth of Environmental Law
Chapter 2. Environmental Law: The Social and Legal Context
Chapter 3. Environment Protection and the Common Law
Chapter 4. International Environmental Law

Part B: Implementation of Environmental Law
Chapter 5. Federal Governance and Environment Protection
Chapter 6. The Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (Cth) (EPBCA)
Chapter 7. Environmental Legislation: Purpose, Structure and Content
Chapter 8. Ecologically Sustainable Development: The Template for Environmental Management

Part C: Environmental Planning and Assessment: Strategic and Project-Based
Chapter 9. Strategic Environmental Planning
Chapter 10. Development Control
Chapter 11. Environmental Impact Assessment

Part D: Protection of Biodiversity
Chapter 12. Protected Areas
Chapter 13. Native Vegetation
Chapter 14. Native Wildlife and Threatened Species

Part E: Environmental Management: Protecting Natural Assets and Environmental Values
Chapter 15. Pollution Control Waste and Contaminated Sites
Chapter 16. Waste and Contaminated Lands
Chapter 17. Energy and Climate Change
Chapter 18. Management of Natural Resources

Part F: Environmental Litigation: Enforcement and Accountability
Chapter 19. Standing in Environmental Litigation
Chapter 20. Enforcement of Environmental Laws: Remedies for Regulators
Chapter 21. Civil Enforcement: Remedies for Citizens
Chapter 22. Challenging Environmental Decision-making