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The Environmental Law Handbook: Planning & Land Use in NSW, 5th Edition (Old Edition; Please also check: 9780455236117

by: Paul Stein, David Farrier

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Publisher: Thomson Reuters,04.10.11

Category: LAW - Environmental Level: B/I/A

ISBN: 0455228752
ISBN13: 9780455228754

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The Environmental Law Handbook was first published in 1988, and has been the standard textbook and resource for students, professionals and anyone interested in the area of environmental planning, protection and regulation in New South Wales.

Professor David Farrier and Justice Paul Stein, together with over 17 experts continue to bring their insight and extensive experience to The Environmental Law Handbook.

This long awaited new edition is written in plain English without glossing over the complexities of the law. It has been comprehensively revised and now includes a new chapter on energy, and expanded discussion on biodiversity, development and environmental assessment regimes.


The scope of environmental law
Basic concepts in environmental law
Land use planning
Public lands
Environmental Assessment in NSW
Commonwealth Environmental Assessment
Local Government
Pollution control & waste disposal
Coastal & riverside lands
Water Supply
Catchment Management
Heritage Protection
Land rights

The Handbook is an essential reference for students, practitioners, advocates, activists, town planners, policy makers, academics and the media. The authors include some of the most prominent people in environmental law in NSW: Barristers, solicitors, professors, academics and policy makers.