Environmental Law in New Zealand (eBook)

Environmental Law in New Zealand (eBook)

Hon Peter Salmon QC, David Grinlinton

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Date: 28/05/2015

Code: 9780864729040

Thomson Reuters, NEW ZEALAND

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Description

Environmental Law in New Zealand is a significant new and in-depth commentary on the range of distinct but often interconnected areas of law that comprise the field of environmental law.

Editors Hon Peter Salmon QC and Associate Professor David Grinlinton, lead a team of New Zealand’s most highly regarded academics and practitioners, all of whom provide expert commentary on different aspects of this diverse area of law and policy. These authors have collectively created a work of high quality scholarship that is both groundbreaking and which makes a substantial contribution to the jurisprudence on this important and multifaceted area of the Law.

 

Click the link to open a PDF of the foreword by The Rt Hon Sian Elias GNZM Chief Justice:
Environmental Law in New Zealand Foreword


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Table of Contents, Foreword and Excerpt from Chapter 4 - Sustainability in New Zealand Environmental Law and Policy


 

The depth and breadth and quality of the contributions made to the book by its authors ensures that Environmental Law in New Zealand provides an invaluable source of information for resource management practitioners, academics and students in a variety of disciplines, and those in government, local government, or the private sector who deal with environmental law issues and whose work requires them to meet the challenges set by the preservation and sustainable management of New Zealand’s unique environment.

 

Extract from a Law Talk review by Jo-Anne Cook-Munro

"I like this book. It explores issues that are not immediately apparent as being connected directly to environmental law in New Zealand. It is a welcome addition through its differing approach to a well-established and documented area of law."

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Environmental Law in New Zealand Review

 

Extract from an Otago University Law review by Professor Benjamin J Richardson

"The literature on environmental law will benefit considerably from the outstanding efforts of Peter Salmon and David Grinlinton to provide this broad compendium of developments in one of the world’s most progressive jurisdictions for environmental law."

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Environmental Law in New Zealand Review

 

 

Table of contents

Chapter 1 - Defining the Nature and Boundaries of Environmental Law

Chapter 2 - The Context of Environmental Law

Chapter 3 - Sustainability and the Law: The History, Current State and Future Prospects of Sustainability in Law and Policy

Chapter 4 - Sustainability in New Zealand Environmental Law and Policy

Chapter 5 - The Role of the Common Law

Chapter 6 - The Role of Administrative Law

Chapter 7 - The Relevance of International Environmental Law for Domestic Law

Chapter 8 - Treaty of Waitangi and Maori Issues in Environmental Law

Chapter 9 - Institutional and Governance Structures of Environmental Law

Chapter 10 - The Regulatory and Instrumental Structure of Environmental Law

Chapter 11 - The Resource Management Act 1991: Purpose, Principles, Policies and Plans

Chapter 12 - Land Use

Chapter 13 - Water Management

Chapter 14 - Protection of the Coastal and Marine Environment

Chapter 15 - Global Atmospheric Pollution: Climate Change and Ozone

Chapter 16 - Air Pollution in New Zealand

Chapter 17 - The Protection and Conservation of Ecosystems and Species

Chapter 18 - Heritage Protection

Chapter 19 - Compliance and Enforcement

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