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  • Environmental Law for a Sustainable Society - 2nd edition 2013

    Author: New Zealand Centre for Environmental Law

    Edited by Klaus Bosselmann, David Grinlinton, Prue Taylor


    CONTENTS

    PART 1: The History and Development of Environmental Law:


    1. Origins and Guiding Ideas of Environmental Law Kenneth Palmer
    2. Integrating Sustainability into Environmental Law and Policy in New Zealand David Grinlinton
    3. Breaching the Maginot Line: The Frailty of Environmental Law in Europe and North America Nicole Bakker and Benjamin J. Richardson
    4. International Environmental Law and Policy Angela Thomson


    PART II: Towards Sustainable Development Law:


    5. The Concept of Sustainable Development Klaus Bosselmann
    6. One Indigenous Vision for Sustainable Development Law? Andrea Tunks
    7. Indigenous Visions of Sustainable Development Law? Krushil Watene
    8. The Global Perspective: Convergence of International and Municipal Law Prue Taylor
    9. A Legal Framework for Sustainable Development Klaus Bosselmann
    Bibliography of New Zealand Environmental Legal Writing Vernon Tava, Caroline Fergusson and Ben Leonard
    The text contains a substantial bibliography of NZ environmental writing, and comprises 220 pages.

    The publication is available for $29.95 (postage and GST included). It can be ordered from Lisa Wilks, Faculty of Law, the University of Auckland, Private Bag 92019, Auckland, 1142, New Zealand or by email l.wilks@auckland.ac.nz or phone 09 373 7599 ext 81973, or fax 09 373 7473

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  • Frontiers of Resource Management

    Author: Resource Management Law Assocation of New Zealand

    Frontiers of Resource Management Law will bring together a collection of worldleading writing on environmental law from academics, judges and practitioners.  Originally presented as keynote papers at RMLA annual conferences, this collection of papers charts significant developments in New Zealand law and practice.

    From a comparative and transnational perspective the papers also demonstrate the importance of the RMLA annual conference as a catalyst for new multidisciplinary thinking about challenging environmental issues.

    Publication of these keynote papers in 2012 also celebrates the RMLA 20th anniversary since its foundation in 1992.

    The book will be of interest to all practitioners, and will also be of interest for university students pursuing undergraduate and postgraduate environmental law courses.

    Published by Thomson Reuters for the RMLA on 27 September 2012.

     

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  • Resource Management Theory & Practice

    Author: Resource Management Law Association of New Zealand Inc.

    The aim of Resource Management Theory & Practice is to provide a vehicle for in-depth analysis of resource management issues relevant to the New Zealand and Australian scene.  

     

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