This Special Issue of the Environmental and Planning Law Journal includes an Editorial: “Governing Energy Transitions: Unconventional Gas, Renewables and Their Environmental Nexus” – Cameron Holley, Amanda Kennedy, Tariro Mutongwizo and Clifford Shearing; and the following articles: “International Environmental Law and the Anthropocene’s Energy Dilemma” – Louis J Kotzé; “Governing the Energy Transition: The Role of Corporate Law Tools” – Jacqueline Peel, Anita Foerster, Brett McDonnell and Hari M Osofsky; “Complicity in Climate Harms: A Case Study of Australia’s Gas Export Industry” – J Moss and E Walsh; “Smart Planning for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development” – Mark Squillace; “Fracking and Transboundary Water Management” – Rhett B Larson; “Shaping Unconventional Gas Regulation: Industry Influence and Risks of Agency Capture in Texas, Colorado and Queensland” – Cameron Holley, Tariro Mutongwizo, Clifford Shearing and Amanda Kennedy; “Big Time: An Empirical Analysis of Regulating the Cumulative Environmental Effects of Coal Seam Gas Extraction under Australian Federal Environmental Law” – Rebecca Nelson; “Coal Seam Gas Regulation in New South Wales: Drawing the Connections Between Risk, Communication and Trust” – Katherine Owens; and “More Joules per Drop–How Much Water Does Unconventional Gas Use Compared to Other Energy Sources and What Are the Legal Implications?” – Wendy A Timms, Sudeep Nair and Rebecca Nelson.
The latest Part of the Australian Law Journal contains the following articles: “On to Strasbourg or Back to Temple? The Future of European Law in Australia Post-Brexit” – The Hon TF Bathurst AC and Bronte Lambourne; “Searching for the Searchers: The Australian Legal Profession and the Operation of the Australian Red Cross Missing and Wounded Enquiry Bureau in World War I” – Tony Cunneen; “Judicial Decision-Making in Times of War and Relative Peace” – The Hon Susan Kiefel AC; and “The Case for Contradictors in Approving Class Action Settlements” – Jeremy Kirk. This Part also includes the following sections: Current Issues; Admiralty and Maritime; Family Law; Statutory Interpretation; Personalia; and Book Reviews.
The latest Part of EPLJ includes the following: “Transferable lessons for climate change adaptation planning? Managing bushfire and coastal climate hazards in Australia” – Anita Foerster, Andrew Macintosh and Jan McDonald; “Adaptive reuse of heritage buildings – do current planning and heritage controls support the concept?” – Paul Leadbeter; “The role of export credit agencies in environmental management: International benchmarks in ECA financing” – Susan Shearing; “Environmental property rights in Australia: Constructing a new Tower of Babel” – Paul Martin, Amanda Kennedy, John Page and Jacqueline Williams; and “Native title – a right to burn and fire the land? Savanna burning and the Carbon Farming Initiative in northern Australia” – Michael O’Donnell.