This Issue of the Environmental and Planning Law Journal includes the following articles: “Carving the Path for the Future of Climate Change Litigation Using Tort Law: A Comparative Case Study of the Australian Sharma Decision and the Dutch Decision of Urgenda” – Eloise Culic; “Solastalgia: Recognition by the Land and Environment Court of the Social Impacts of Fossil Fuel Developments” – Jasper Brown, Matt Floro, Francesca Cutri and Grace Huang; “What Is ‘Waste’ for the Purposes of the Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997 (NSW) and the Practical Implications for Its Management, Including Opportunities and Challenges for Resource Recovery and Re-use, on Linear Infrastructure Projects in New South Wales?” – Nathan Hegerty; “Opportunities to Regulate Greenhouse Gas Emissions as Air Pollution” – Rebecca Hiscock; “Carrots and Sticks: Is There Room for More Anti-pollution Incentives?” – Kenny Ng; and “Unbearable Darkness of Denial – The Conundrum of Nature Resource Development on Country” – Dr Judith Preston.
This Issue of the Environmental and Planning Law Journal includes the following articles: “Forget Me Not: Revisiting the Common Concern of Humankind Concept in the BBNJ Context” – Sarah Lothian; “All at Sea: Preparing the Law for Offshore Aquaculture in Australia” – Danielle McPhail and Jan McDonald; “Towards an Outcomes-driven Approach to Environmental Law: The Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (Cth)” – Kenny Ng; “Responsible Investing for Food System Sustainability: A Review of Current Practice in Australia” – Christine Parker, Ella Robinson, Rachel Carey, Laura Boehm and Gary Sacks; and “Insights for Victoria’s General Environmental Duty from across the Ditch” – Kierra Parker.
This Issue of the Environmental and Planning Law Journal includes the following articles: “Licensing Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Western Australia” – Olivia De Koning, Helena Nguyen and Alex Gardner; “Standing Outside: An Environment of Challenge and Withheld Cures” – Matthew Groves; “Visions of Electrification and Potential for Decarbonisation: The Absence of Ridesharing and Carsharing in Australia’s Electric Vehicle Policy” – Alannah Milton; “Returning the Environment to Their Custodians: Strengthening Indigenous Influence in Environmental Decision-making” – Kenny Ng; and “Child Rights and Climate Change: Litigative Avenues for Australian Children” – Stefan Prelevic.
This Issue of the Environmental and Planning Law Journal includes the following articles: “Judicial Consideration of Intergenerational Equity in Australian Coal Mine Approval Litigation” – Edward Cleary; “The Balance of Environmental Protection and Economic Development in Federal Decision-making: An Investigation into Section 74A of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (Cth)” – Timothy Dickson and Katie Woolaston; “Regulation of Land-based Marine Pollution in Australia: A Critical Assessment of the Current Legal Framework and Opportunities for Reform” – Nathan Hegerty; “An Inconvenient Covenant: How Climate Risks Are Transforming Australian Superannuation Trustees’ Liability under Statutory Covenants” – Olivia Kilponen; and “Legal Rights to Take Water for Managed Aquifer Recharge Projects in Western Australia” – Clare Ward-Noonan.
This Issue of the Environmental and Planning Law Journal includes the following articles: “The Role of Legal Innovation and Blockchain Technology in “Next Gen” Environmental Markets” – Emily Davies; “Indigenous Water Rights and Water Law Reforms in Australia” – Lee Godden, Sue Jackson and Katie O’Bryan; “Safeguards for the Sea – Offshore Oil Spill Liability in Australia” – Kierra Parker; and “Enhancing the Weather: Governance of Weather Modification Activities in Australia” – Manon Simon, Kerryn Brent, Jan McDonald and Jeff McGee.
This Issue of the Environmental and Planning Law Journal includes the following articles: “Regulation of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Generated by Major Projects: Scoping Out the Roles of the Commonwealth and State/Territory Governments” – Guy Dwyer; “Sustainable Finance in Australia: Compliance, Enforcement and Surrogate Regulation” – Neil Gunningham; “Energy Security and “Big Stick” Legislation” – Kin Pan; and “Designing Managed Retreat Policy for an Uncertain Future”– John Watson.
This Issue of the Environmental and Planning Law Journal includes the following articles: “Contemporary Issues in Environmental Impact Assessment” – Brian J Preston; “Improving Resilience: Electricity Law, Microgrids and Solar in the Context of Climate Change” – Thomas Duck; “Roadmaps and Regulation: Sustainable Finance in Australia” – Neil Gunningham; “Protecting Coastal Wetland Habitat for Migratory Shorebirds: Is Australian Law Doing Enough?” – Evan Hamman, Revel Pointon and Jemma Purandare; “Green Lawfare: Does the Evidence Match the Allegations? – An Empirical Evaluation of Public Interest Litigation under the EPBC Act from 2009 to 2019” – Annika Reynolds, Andrew Ray and Shelby O’Connor; and “Should CRISPR/Cas9 Technology Be Regulated under the Gene Technology Act 2000 (Cth)?” – Ella Scoles.
This Issue of the Environmental and Planning Law Journal includes the following articles: “The Murray-Darling Basin in Court: Administering Water Policy in the Eastern States of Australia – Administrative and Other Challenges” – Justice Nicola Pain and Georgia Pick; “Landowners’ Appeal of Seawalls Refusal Unsuccessful” – John R Corkill; “Higher and Distinctive Standards for Urban River Protection? Special Purpose “River Laws” and Land-use Planning” – Bruce Lindsay; “Take Care or Beware: Victoria’s New Environmental Protection Regime” – Alice Maxwell; “Serial Environmental Offenders: Putting Penalties into Practice” – Kierra Parker; “Planning vs Planning Law: Reconciling Planning Policy and Case Law in the Victorian Planning System” – Stephen Rowley; and “Climate Change Risk and the Urban Landscape” – Sophie Tepper.
This Issue of the Environmental and Planning Law Journal includes the following articles: “Urgent Need to Use and Reform Critical Habitat Listing in Australian Legislation in Response to the Extensive 2019–2020 Bushfires” – James A Fitzsimons; “A Case Study of Incentive Regulation in Electricity Transmission Networks for the Uptake of Renewable Energy: Build It and They Will Come” – Simon Anderson; “”If We Don’t Mine Coal, Someone Else Will”: Debunking the “Market Substitution Assumption” in Queensland Climate Change Litigation” – Justine Bell-James and Briana Collins; “Environmental Class Actions in Australia: A Coming Storm?” – Corey Byrne; “Climate-induced Displacement: Protection under the Current International Legal Frameworks” – Ishrat Jahan; “Reconsidering the Species-specific Approach: Insects and the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act” – Sophie Lloyd; “Muddied Waters: Revealing Methodological Confusion in Australia’s Environmental Impact Assessment Process” – Maya Suzuki; and “Essay Topic: A New Era for a Higher Level of Public Participation in the Administration of Environmental Law and Justice in the People’s Republic of China” – Xu (John) Zhang. This issue also includes an Editorial: “Why Australia (Desperately) Needs a New National Sustainability Strategy” – Dr Gerry Bates.
This Issue of the Environmental and Planning Law Journal includes the following articles: “Corporations and Climate Change: An Investigation of Mandatory Climate Risk Disclosure in Australia” – Zoe Caldwell; “Victorian Ecological Sustainable Forest Management: Part VI – Identifying Change Mechanisms in Regulation and a New Model for Victorian Forestry Practice” – Dr Rhett Martin; “Identifying Opportunities for Climate Litigation: A Transnational Claim by Customary Landowners in Papua New Guinea against Australia’s Largest Climate Polluter” – Dr Chris McGrath; “Litigating at the Source: Attributing Climate Change Impacts to Coal Mines” – Kierra Parker; “Coal and Climate Change: A Study of Contemporary Climate Litigation in Australia” – Victoria McGinness and Murray Raff; and “Coastal Management and Protecting the Public Interest: Recent NSW Land and Environment Court Decisions” – Ballanda Sack, Timothy Allen and Bruce Thom.