Environmental Responsibilities Law NSW Online

Environmental Responsibilities Law NSW Online

By Olia Koudrina, Brian Preston, Zaina Shahnawaz, Russell Schmidt, Jeff Kildea

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Date: 26/06/2007

Code: 41167217

Lawbook Co., AUSTRALIA

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Description

Environmental Responsibilities Law New South Wales (ERLS) provides wide coverage of the environmental legislation . Most of the functions of the Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water have been transferred to the Office of Environment and Heritage within the Department of Premier and Cabinet .

 The authoring team  provide practical commentary on the major legislative provisions, significant reported and unreported judgments, environmental developments, environmental audit and compliance programs. A schedule summarises the penalties imposed for environmental offences.

Specialist chapters have been added to the service: 

 "Environmental Crime and Sentencing" by The Hon Justice Brian Preston, Chief Judge of the Land & Environment Court NSW,

 "Climate Law "authored by Rebecca Dixon of Mallesons Stephen Jacques with the Supervising Editor, Rosemary Lyster, Associate Professor in the Faculty of Law and Director of the Australian Centre for Environmental Law at the University of Sydney and legal consultant at the Sydney office of Mallesons Stephen Jaques. This chapter discusses climate law and policy, the international legal framework, emissions trading schemes, reporting on greenhouse gas emissions and energy consumption, discussion around the Carbon Pollution Reduction Schemes and planning, development control and climate change.

The third specialist chapter covers "biodiversity". " Australia is the most megadiverse developed country and supports almost 10% of the biological diversity on earth. In New South Wales, more than 700 species are listed as threatened under the Threatened Species Conservation Act 1995. and more than 40 flora species and 40 fauna species are considered extinct. "

Legal and Policy framework for biodiversity protection in Australia; Legislation of biodiversity in NSW; Protection of individual species, populations and ecological communities; Relationship between threatened species protection in NSW and protection under the Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (Cth) and Biobanking are discussed.

The area of water management continues to be expanded to provide subscribers with the information required to face these emerging changes and issues. NSW water legislation has been  added to the service, starting with the Water Management Act 2000 and the Water Management (General) Regulation 2004. This is annotated by Emma Solomon of the NSW Office of Water, who recently joined the authoring team from the New South Wales Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water (DECCW).




Legislation in this service has cross-referencing notes which explain the relationship of the provisions of the Act with the provisions of the Regulation. The Environmental Law Locater is a legislation matrix of the environmental law legislation for each jurisdiction. The locater clearly shows with which environmental matters specific legislation deals.

Overall ERLS provides awareness of rights, obligations and responsibilities in relation to protecting the environment, climate change and water regulatory compliance issues and exposure to potential liability and penalties.

* Price is for a single annual subscription for firms or businesses with one practitioner. Practitioner is defined as employed and/or self-employed professionals within Australia including: solicitors, self-employed barristers, HR professionals and environmental specialists, corporate counsel, accountants including CPAs and CAs and registered tax agents and financial planners. For pricing for government departments and authorities and multiple users submit an enquiry online or call 1300 304 195.

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