This Part of the Environmental and Planning Law Journal includes the following articles: “Canary in the coal mine: Why the approval conditions for the Carmichael Mine reveal the need to amend the EPBC Act to incorporate adaptive management principles” – Christian Slattery; “Reforms required to the Australian tax system to improve biodiversity conservation on private land” – Fiona Smith, Kate Smillie, James Fitzsimons, Bruce Lindsay, Gary Wells, Victoria Marles, Jane Hutchinson, Ben O’Hara, Tom Perrigo and Ian Atkinson; “Threatened species, endangered justice: How additional maximum penalties for harming threatened species have failed in practice” – Andrew Burke; “The duty to report pollution incidents and regulator image in New South Wales pollution law” – Sarah Wright; “Restorative justice intervention in an environmental and planning law context: Applicability to civil enforcement proceedings” – Mark Hamilton; “Tuna ranching and Australia’s obligations for the conservation and sustainable use of Southern Bluefin Tuna” – Katharine Huxley.
This Part of the Local Government Law Journal includes the following content: “Restorative justice intervention in a compulsory acquisition context: Applicability” – Mark Hamilton; “Human rights cities – how does Australia fare?” – Hanna Jaireth; and Local Government & Planning Law Guide cases.
The latest Part of the Environmental and Planning Law Journal includes the following articles: “Natural capital risk management: Regulating the main externalities of business” – Rhett Martin; “The World Heritage Convention: Compliance, public participation and the rights of Indigenous people” – Simon Marsden; “‘Restorative justice activity’ orders: Furthering restorative justice intervention in an environmental and planning law context?” – Mark Hamilton; “Ku-ring-gai, New South Wales: A battleground between urban consolidation and green amenity” – Luke McGregor and Andrew H Kelly. This Part also includes a book review: “Interpreting Environmental Offences: The Need For Certainty” by Emma Lees – reviewed by Dr Chris McGrath.
The latest Part of the Environmental and Planning Law Journal includes the following articles: “Authority, responsibility and process in Australian biodiversity policy” – Sarah Clement, Susan A Moore and Michael Lockwood; “The law and economics of feral extermination: Legal and economic answers to eradicating the cane toad” – Rhett Martin; “In the pipeline: How the Water NSW Act 2014 facilitates coal seam gas development in New South Wales” – Matthew Cole; ““(Re)investing in disaster”: The environmental and socio-economic consequences of deregulating the development of riparian and flood-prone lands in New South Wales” – Tristan Orgill; and “Restorative justice intervention in a planning law context: Is the “amber light” approach to merit determination restorative?” – Mark Hamilton.
The latest Part of EPLJ includes the following articles: “Compliance with Indigenous cultural heritage legislation in Queensland: Perceptions, realities and prospects” – Michael J Rowland, Sean Ulm and Jill Reid; “Restorative justice intervention in an Aboriginal cultural heritage protection context: Conspicuous absences?” – Mark Hamilton; “Carbon pricing and renewable energy innovation: A comparison of Australian, British and Canadian carbon pricing policies” – Karen Bubna-Litic and Natalie Stoianoff; “Implementing legislative and governance frameworks for integrated catchment management: The gap between theory and practice” – Kate Matthews; and “The future of Land and Environment Court oversight of major project offsets” – Vanessa Walsh.