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 Local Government Law Journal includes the following content: “Living like a Local or Rampant Tourism? Short-Term Holiday Letting in New South Wales and the Regulation of Sharing by Planning Laws” – Guy Dwyer and Tristan Orgill; Local government planning & law guide cases – Hanna Jaireth, Lawrie Groom, Connor Fisher, Jess Hamdorf and Ross Fletcher; as well as a Digest of cases.
This Part of the Local Government Law Journal includes the following content: “Secrets of local heritage places: An assessment of the integrity of the NSW ‘heritage conservation area’ legal regime” – Tristan Orgill; “Coastal defence structures – legal risks and legal opportunities” – Justine Bell-James; Local Government & Planning Law Guide cases; and a Digest of cases.
The latest Part of the Environmental and Planning Law Journal includes the following articles: “Commonwealth power and environmental management: Constitutional questions revisited” – Sangeetha Pillai and George Williams; “A model law for site contamination: Key features and challenges in a developing country context” – Elizabeth J Brandon; “Fracking in Australia: The future in South Australia?” – Karen Bubna-Litic; “Miners’ liability to redress reduced water quantity and quality after mine site closure: A case study of the Collie Coalfields in Western Australia” – Clare Ward; and “The perils of fast-tracking mining development: An examination of the Mining SEPP “resource significance” amendments” – Tristan Orgill.
The latest Part of the Environmental and Planning Law Journal includes the following articles: “Economic valuation of the environment” – The Hon Justice Brian J Preston; “The operation of the precautionary principle in Australian environmental law: An examination of the Western Australian White shark drum line program” – Katie Woolaston and Evan Hamman; “Can “risk-based” regulation help increase public confidence in the Environment Protection Authority? An evaluation of New South Wales environmental licensing reforms” – Matthew Roach; “The pernicious problem of “pointy” pollution: An assessment of the international and Australian legal regimes for controlling point-source, land-based marine pollution” – Tristan Orgill; and “Opportunities and obligations for residential developers to undertake wastewater recycling and stormwater capture: A Western Australian perspective” – Meluka Bancroft and Alex Gardner.
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.