Dr Rhett Martin
This Part of the Environmental and Planning Law Journal includes the following articles: “Ecologically Sustainable Development and the Great Barrier Reef – A Delicate Balance of Interests” – Justine Bell-James and Craig Forrest; “GreenPower and Renewable Energy: Consumer Protection, Trade Practices and Energy Market Regulation in Australia” – David Leary; “Ecologically Sustainable Forest Management Part V: Regulation of Private Plantation Forestry in Victoria: A Case Study of Hancock Victorian Plantations Pty Ltd” – Dr Rhett Martin; “Wild Horses and the Limitations of Commonwealth Environmental Decision-Making” – Alice Menyhart; “The Japanese ‘Special Declaration’: Threat to the Rule of International Law in the Antarctic?” – Sandy Milne; and “Tensions in the Tarkine: Four-Wheel-Drive Tracks and the Federal Court Judgments” – Sarah Norgrove.
This Part of the Environmental and Planning Law Journal includes the following articles: “A Study of the National Energy Guarantee and Federal Governance Frameworks within the Power Generation Industry” – Simon Magnus Anderson; “Arborist Reporting Standards: Legal Liability for the Consulting Arborist” – Alex Austin; “General Duties as Regulatory Tools in Environmental Protection: Principles, Practice, Problems” – Arie Freiberg; “Victorian Ecologically Sustainable Forest Management: Part IV – A Case Study of Current Regulation of Victorian State Forest Harvesting” – Dr Rhett Martin; and “Non-strenuous Effort? – The European Union’s Effort Sharing and LULUCF Regulations for the Period 2021–2030” – Joshua Prentice. This Part also includes the following sections: Editorial: “Paris Agreement Goals Slipping Away and with Them Australia’s Chance to Save the Great Barrier Reef” – Dr Chris McGrath; and Case Note: “Urgenda Appeal Is Groundbreaking for Ambitious Climate Litigation Globally” – Dr Chris McGrath.