Environmental Law in Australia, 8th Edition (Bundle)
|Author(s) :||Bates, G|
|Short Description :||Dual Format - Package: eBook + Hard copy
NOTE: After you have purchased a bundle online, the hardcopy will be mailed to you containing a code to access the eBook.
|Published :||May, 2013|
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Environmental Law in Australia provides a clear and authoritative discussion of the fundamental principles underpinning all environmental initiatives. The author explains how the involvement of the law adds value to the design and implementation of environmental policy, providing an impartial process for resolving conflicts about breaches of the law and environmental decision-making.
The eighth edition has been fully revised and extensively updated to cover all relevant new developments in policy, case law and legislation, including:
• expansion of Part B 'Protection of Biodiversity' into three chapters;
• new commentary on key areas of mining, water, fisheries, coastal management;
• expanded discussion on natural resources, including the Clean Energy package;
• waste section updated to take account of product stewardship;
• chapters on environmental planning updated to take into account new strategic planning initiatives and changes to state significant development processes;
• updated commentary on compensation, sustainable development and criminal and civil litigation to take account of recent case-law
The book is designed for undergraduate and postgraduate students of law, environmental science, environmental management and environmental economic disciplines, enabling readers to approach any environmental law with a clear understanding of how it is intended to work and how it will be interpreted. It is also a valuable resource for non-government organisations, public servants, corporate officers and other practitioners.
Related LexisNexis Titles
Gullet, Schofield and Vince, Marine Resources Management, 2010
Jessup, LexisNexis Case Summaries: Environmental Law, 2011
Lockie, Clean Energy Law in Australia, 2012
Part A: The Development of Environmental Law: Institutions, Influences and Instruments
Part B: Implementation of Environmental Law
Part C: Environmental Assessment: Strategic and Project-Based
Part D: Protection of Biodiversity
Part E: Environmental Management: Protecting Natural Assets and Environmental Values
Part F: Environmental Litigation: Enforcement and Dispute Resolution
Dr Gerry Bates is a leading specialist in environmental law and policy, and Adjunct Professor at the University of Sydney. He teaches and publishes extensively in the area.