Environmental and Planning Law Journal (EPLJ)

Cutting edge critique in environmental law and policy

About the Journal
The Environmental and Planning Law Journal is the recognised vehicle in Australia for the publication of high quality, in-depth reviews of all aspects of environmental law and policy.

The Journal specialises in cutting edge analysis, providing well-researched articles that cover significant developments across the environmental spectrum, including climate change and the impact on corporate law.

Coverage also includes integrated natural resources management; the ramifications of planning decisions; energy development; impacts on biodiversity; sustainability strategies; corporate liability and law enforcement; and environmental assessment.

The Environmental and Planning Law Journal provides a forum for discussing these and other issues in light of the impact of regulation, policy, development of economic instruments, administration and reform.

General Editor
Dr Gerry Bates is an Adjunct Professor of Environmental Law at the Australian Centre for Climate and Environmental Law at The University of Sydney.

Contributing Editors
Energy and Water – Professor Rosemary Lyster
Federal Affairs – Dr Chris McGrath
Fisheries – Associate Professor Warwick Gullett
Globalisation and ESD – Professor Jan McDonald
International Issues – Dr Rachel Baird
New South Wales and Pollution – Professor Zada Lipman
Queensland – Professor Douglas Fisher
Regulation and Business – Professor Neil Gunningham
Western Australia – Associate Professor Alex Gardner

Tables
The consolidated table of authors and articles for this Journal is available here.

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Contents listing
For the individual contents pages for each Part, click here.