New Zealand Journal of Environment Law : Issue 23 (2019)
The NZJEL volume 23 has been published by the Law School, University of Auckland, and is available for purchase.
The State of Well-being – A Search for Meaning in the New Zealand Regulatory Environment – Pip Wallace and Jennifer Holman
Enabling Marine Ecosystem-based Management: Is Aotearoa New Zealand’s Legal Framework up to the Task? – Raewyn Peart, Alison Greenaway and Lara Taylor
The Potential Role of the International Trade Regime to Phase Out Fossil Fuel Subsidies – Sarah Eason
The Unprecedented “Sinking Island” Phenomenon: The Legal Challenges on Statehood Caused by Rising Sea Level – Benjamin Johnstone
Big Decisions in Uncertain Depths: Adaptive Risk Management of Deep Seabed Mining in International Waters – Jesse Aimer
Big Oil, Big Liability: Fossil Fuel Companies and Liability for Climate Change Harm – Briony Bennett
Climate Claimants: The Prospects of Suing the New Zealand Government for Climate Change Inaction – Pooja Upadhyay
“A Priceless Trust”: The Prospects for Atmnospheric Trust Litigation in New Zealand – Bryce Lyall
Making Room for Rivers – Mick Strack and Andrew Scott
The New Zealand Journal of Environmental Law is published annually by the Faculty of Law, the University of Auckland. The Journal is available on direct subscription or by writing to:
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