Dr Justin Dabner
This Part of the Environmental and Planning Law Journal includes the following articles: “Joint Crediting Mechanism in Practice” – Dr Justin Dabner; “Remediating Public Interest Environmental Harm: Revisiting the Montara and Deepwater Horizon Oil Spills and the Need for Legislative Reform in Australia” – Edward Dymond; “Regulation of electronic waste under the Basel Convention on the Control of Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes and Their Disposal” – Michael Goodall; “Regulating Wild Collected Orchids? The CBD, Nagoya Protocol and CITES Overlaps” – Charles Lawson, Jenna Wraith and Catherine Pickering; “Rehabilitation of Abandoned Fracking Operations: A Comparative Study on the Effectiveness of Levy Schemes in Meeting the Polluter Pays Principle” – Tania Murray, Edward Andre and Krishna Prasad; “Shipping Companies’ Accountability in Ballast Water–induced Pollution Regulation” – Mia Mahmudur Rahim, Md Tarikul Islam and Sanjaya Kuruppu; and “Our Home Is Girt by Seawalls? Preserving the Public Interest in an Era of Sea Level Rise” – Mr Ashley Robb, Michele Payne, Dr Laura Stocker and Dr Garry Middle.
This Part of the Environmental and Planning Law Journal includes the following articles: “The Australian Experience on Environmental Law” – Brian J Preston; “Should Australia Introduce a Japanese Style Joint Crediting Mechanism?” – Dr Justin Dabner; “A Legislative Pigsty? The New Regime for Assessing and Managing Biodiversity Impacts Associated with State Significant Development in New South Wales” – Guy J Dwyer; “Designing Nature: Protecting the Australian Environment from Synthetic Biology” – Will Richards; “Challenging Decisions: Environmental Non-government Organisations’ Use of Judicial Review under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (Cth)” – Nicola Silbert; and “Environmental Stewardship Duties in Biosecurity: Issues and Challenges” – Paul Martin and Natalie Taylor.