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Environmental and Planning Law in New South Wales Paperback

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Reviews of previous editions: The book warrants a close reading for those interested in the subjects it covers. Cross-sectoral links are made which provide genuine insights into what the law does, or does not do, about particular issues, based on careful consideration of the policy framework underpinning those issues. For example, concern about climate change impacts appears as a major driver towards action in several contexts throughout the book, not just in the energy law and climate change chapter. ... The strengths of the book are clear...a welcome addition to your environmental law library. - Hon Justice NHM Pain, Land and Environment Court of NSW, Environment and Planning Law Journal This book will become a standard reference text for students, practitioners, researchers, decision makers and others requiring a quick and ready road map to guide their understanding of the regulatory framework of planning and environment matters in New South Wales. - Asia Pacific Journal of Environmental Law

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Rosemary Lyster is Professor of Climate and Environmental Law at Sydney Law School, University of Sydney. Zada Lipman is an Emeritus Professor in the School of Law, Macquarie University. Nicola Franklin is Honorary Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Law, University of Sydney. Graeme Wiffen taught Heritage Law and Planning Law in the School of Law, Macquarie University, Sydney, and writes on legal aspects of the protection of natural and cultural heritage. Linda Pearson is a Commissioner, Land and Environment Court of New South Wales, and a Visiting Fellow, Faculty of Law University of New South Wales.

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