Clean Energy Law in Australia
|Author(s) :||Lockie, D|
|Short Description :||This book is also available in eBook format.
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|Published :||October, 2012|
The commentary includes an introductory chapter that sets out the legal framework for the multiple dimensions of clean energy, an extensive dictionary and many tables and checklists for simplifying compliance tasks.
Clean Energy Law in Australia is written by an expert in this field to offer guidance for legal, accounting and environmental practitioners, inhouse counsel and environmental superintendents. It will also benefit all persons and students interested in environmental liability, pollution reporting, carbon trading and the low-carbon economy.
1. Legal Framework
2. Registration, Measurement and Reporting
3. Liability for Green House Gas Emissions
4. Emissions Units
5. Special Topics
6. Enforcement Powers of the Regulator
7. Review and appeals
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8. Fuel tax and Synthetic Green House Gas
9. Funds, grants and other assistance programs
10. Energy efficiency
11. Renewable energy
12. Financial statement disclosure, CSR and other claims
13. Rulings and determinations
Dr Damien Lockie practises as a barrister and mediator and is recognised as one of Australia's leading experts in emissions trading and Clean Energy laws. Dual qualified in law and accounting, his experience practicing as a solicitor, accountant and advocate specialising in property and environmental laws and federal and state revenue laws is extensive. He is an Adjunct Professor of Law at Bond University. He teaches Climate and Clean Energy Law and Environmental Legal Issues, and he is the Director of Clean Energy Research, Centre for Law, Governance and Public Policy.