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Environment: The legal implications of Australia’s latest World Heritage site
Environment: The legal implications of Australia’s latest World Heritage site

 Andrew Beatty and Tim Unsworth 01 Aug 2020

The recognition of Budj Bim as a world heritage site symbolises the increasing recognition of the connection of Indigenous people and the landscape.

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Conservation: In the wake  of the fires
Conservation: In the wake of the fires

 Sarah Brugler 01 May 2020

There are legal mechanisms available in Victoria that can be used to voluntarily protect biodiversity on private land.

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LIV provides feedback for review of Commonwealth environmental protection act
LIV provides feedback for review of Commonwealth environmental protection act

 Property and Environmental Law Section 24 Apr 2020

The LIV has contributed to the Law Council of Australia’s submission to the Independent Review of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999...

 

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Inquiry into Australia’s Waste Management and Recycling Industries
Inquiry into Australia’s Waste Management and Recycling Industries

 Property and Environmental Law Section 10 Mar 2020

The LIV has urged the the House of Representative’s Standing Committee on Industry, Innovation, Science and Resources to adopt the polluter pays principle as the most appropriate way to deal with the growing demands on the industrial, commercial and domestic waste industry...

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Governments must regulate on waste management, LIV
Governments must regulate on waste management, LIV

 Karin Derkley 17 Feb 2020

The LIV has recommended the state government introduce a "polluter pays" principle to strengthen the accountability of product manufacturers, encourage recycling, and reduce waste...

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Proposed regulation and environment reference standards
Proposed regulation and environment reference standards

 Property and Environmental Law Section 31 Oct 2019

The LIV has prepared a submission to the Environment Protection Authority regarding the exposure draft Environment Protection Regulations and environmental reference standards...

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Property and Environmental Law Section Newsletter
Property and Environmental Law Section Newsletter

 Property and Environmental Law Section 28 Jun 2019

The June edition of the Property and Environmental Law Section Newsletter is now available...

 

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Inquiry into Recycling and Waste Management
Inquiry into Recycling and Waste Management

 Property and Environmental Law Section 04 Jun 2019

In its submission to the Legislative Council Environment and Planning Committee’s inquiry into recycling and waste
management, the LIV recognises that the Victorian Government has a crucial role to play in the responsible management of solid waste across the state...

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Improving enforcement
Improving enforcement

 Dr Joseph Monaghan 01 Mar 2019

The Environment Protection Amendment Act 2018 comes into effect in 2020 and will have significant implications for environmental law enforcement...

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The future of environmental law
The future of environmental law

 Dr Leonie Kelleher OAM 01 Mar 2019

Future environmental law is likely to be highly significant in protecting future environments, but is also likely to transform legal principles and systems...

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Tinkering at the edges
Tinkering at the edges

 Virginia Trescowthick 01 Mar 2019

Recent legislative amendments in Victoria do not adequately address “repeat offender” issues plaguing the effectiveness of biodiversity laws...

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Renegotiating our understanding of environmental disputes
Renegotiating our understanding of environmental disputes

 Hubert Algie 01 Mar 2019

As businesses face greater economic pressures as a direct result of climate change, the resolution and management of environmental disputes will become increasingly important...

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Wasting away
Wasting away

 Tess Kerridge 01 Mar 2019

Attention is focused on Victoria’s waste management policies and how they integrate with the nationwide approach...

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Environment protection enters a new era
Environment protection enters a new era

 Jane Hall and Zina Teoh 01 Mar 2019

The Environment Protection Amendment Act 2018 will complete the most significant environmental legislative reform in the past 50 years and create a regime focused on pollution prevention and reducing harm...

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Standing up for the environment for 40 years
Standing up for the environment for 40 years

 Carolyn Ford 01 Mar 2019

The LIV’s environmental law group has been contributing to environmental law since 1979...

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