Professor Jan McDonald
This Special Issue of the Australian Law Journal on Climate Change and the Law contains the following articles: “Climate Change and the Law – Introduction” – Martijn Wilder AM; “An Overview of International Climate Change Law, including the Paris Agreement” – Susan Biniaz; “Climate Change Law in Australia – A History and the Current State of Play” – Ilona Millar and Sophie Whitehead; “Creating, Buying and Safeguarding Emissions Reductions under the Emissions Reduction Fund” – Elisa de Wit and Amy Quinton; “Mapping Climate Change Litigation” – The Hon Justice Brian J Preston SC; “Obligations on Australian Companies to Address Climate Change” – Stephanie Venuti and Martijn Wilder AM; “The Future of Australia’s Federal Renewable Energy Law” – James Prest and Grace Soutter; “The Victorian Climate Change Act: A Model” – Alainnah Calabro, Stephanie Niall and Anna Skarbek; “Climate Finance and Financial Markets in Australia: The CEFC and ARENA” – Monique Miller; “Carbon Dioxide Removal Geoengineering” – Dr Kerryn Brent, Professor Jan McDonald, Dr Jeffrey McGee and Dr Brendan Gogarty; and “Biodiversity Conservation Law and Climate Change Adaptation – Dr Phillipa C McCormack”. This Part also includes the section Current Issues.
This Part of the Environmental and Planning Law Journal includes the following articles: “Does the ‘One-Stop Shop’ Need Refurbishing? Evaluating the Review Jurisdiction of the NSW Land and Environment Court – Christopher Pearce; “Offsetting Cultural Heritage: Lessons from the Theory and Practice of Biodiversity Offsets” – Robert Holbrook and Professor Jan McDonald; “The Assessment of Flooding Risks in the Courts: Seeds of a Divergent Jurisprudence” – Dr Philippa England; “Australian Government’s Ongoing Challenge to Achieve Fuel Efficiency Standards by 2025 Can Impact on 2015 Paris Agreement” – Anna Mortimore and Hope Ashiabor; “It Is about Time: Understanding the Textures of Time in Australian Environmental Law” – Benjamin J Richardson; “Public Participation and the Adani Syndrome” – Dr Noeleen McNamara and Dr William Crane; and “Evaluating the Governance Potential of Voluntary Stewardship Programs for Farmers” – Andrew Lawson and Paul Martin.