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.
The latest Part of EPLJ includes the following articles: “Between a rock and a hard place: Legislative shortcomings hindering Aboriginal cultural heritage protection” – Alison Packham; “Regulating for groundwater-use efficiency: A toolbox approach based on the experiences of three disparate jurisdictions” – Madeleine Hartley; “Adaptation strategies for biodiversity conservation: Has Australian law got what it takes?” – Phillipa McCormack and Jan McDonald; and “Seeking balance: The promise and reality of biodiversity offsetting” – Peta Norris.
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.