This Part of the Local Government Law Journal includes the following content: “Death by a Thousand Cuts? The Diminution in the Development Assessment Role of Elected Local Councils in South Australia’s Planning System” – Paul Leadbeter; “‘The Weakest Linc’: Environmental Protection, the Power to Disclaim, and the ‘Chain of Responsibility’ in Queensland” – Christopher Vale; Local Government Planning & Law Guide Cases – Hanna Jaireth, Lawrie Groom, Chelsea White, Lea Hiltenkamp, Sam Lindsay and Connor Fisher; as well as a Digest of cases.
This Part of the Environmental and Planning Law Journal includes the following articles: “Engagement: Australia’s weak link in biodiversity protection” – Paul Martin, Elodie Le Gal and Miriam Verbeek; “Compliance with statutory directives and the negligence liability of public authorities: Climate change and coastal development” – Justine Bell-James and Anna Huggins; “Adapting to a sustainable energy future: Part 1 – The localisation of sustainable energy generation under the New South Wales planning law regime” – Hon Justice Brian J Preston SC and Tristan Orgill; “Community Engagement Charters: South Australia’s proposal to change the approach to community involvement in land-use planning” – Paul Leadbeter; “China’s market-based environmental reforms: From inception to international co-operation and integration” – Benny Hu and Richard Simmons. This Part also includes a book review: “Hydraulic Fracturing in the Karoo” edited by J Glazewski and S Esterhuyse – reviewed by Tariro Mutongwizo and Cameron Holley.
This Part of the Environmental and Planning Law Journal includes the following articles: “Climate change litigation in Queensland: A case study in incrementalism” – Dr Justine Bell-James and Sean Ryan; “Australian climate change litigation: Assessing the impact of carbon emissions” – Kane Bennett; and “Deepwater drilling off the coast of South Australia: Liability for offshore oil and gas pollution” – Dr Alex Wawryk and Paul Leadbeter.
This Part of the Local Government Law Journal includes the following content: “Neighbour disputes: ADR opportunities for councils in NSW” – Frances Richards; Local Government & Planning Law Guide cases; and a Digest of cases.
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.
The latest Part of the Environmental and Planning Law Journal includes six interesting articles on different aspects of environmental and planning law, including public participation in planning, site contamination requirements, river and riparian ecosystems, Australia’s water law and policy, environmental dispute resolution in Queensland and the kangaroo industry. Something for everyone!
The latest Part of EPLJ publishes the following articles: “Is the fox still guarding the henhouse? Mining and environmental protection in South Australia” – Paul Leadbeter and Dr Alexandra Wawryk; “Deliberative participation, environmental law and collaborative governance: Insights from surface and groundwater studies” – Cameron Holley and Darren Sinclair; “The silence of the plan: Will the Convention on Biological Diversity and the Ramsar Convention be implemented in the Murray-Darling Basin?” – Emma Carmody; and “Culpability versus liability: Is the polluter ultimately liable for cleaning up groundwater contamination in Victoria?” – Mia Louise Livingstone.