Resource Management Theory and Practice [2021]

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Resource Management Theory & Practice [2021]

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Description

The Resource Management Theory & Practice [2021] is now available for purchase as a PDF version only.  The cost for RMLA members is $40.00 (GST inclusive) and for non-members $60.00 (GST inclusive).  This is the final edition of this journal and includes the following:

Contents:
Page 6 – Editorial, Nicola Wheen
Page 12 – The RMLA Salmon Lecture 2018, Environmental Problems and Constitutional Principles, Ceri Warnock
Page 40 – The RMLA Salmon Lecture 2019, He Pūkenga Wai, Justice Joe Williams
Page 61 – The RMLA Salmon Lecture 2020, RMA Reform: coming full circle, Rt Hon Simon Upton
Page 95 – Learning to Live with the Trickster in New Zealand: United States and New Zealand Fisheries Law in the Anthropocene, Robin Kundis Craig

Student Scholarship Papers
Page 125 – The Science of Fisheries Management, Sanna O’Connor
Page 142 – The Fight Against Fast: How an Understanding of Slow Allows for Better Planning Practice, Callum Riddle
Page 154 – How can Aotearoa New Zealand contribute to the Great Food Transformation? Peter Bevan

Conference Paper
Page 181 – Third Industrial Revolution: The Inclusion Challenge, Christian Scharff

Citation
This volume of the journal may be cited as [2021] RM Theory & Practice.

Editors in Chief:
Nicola Wheen
Ceri Warnock

Editorial Board:
Dr Ben France-Hudson
Associate Professor Caroline Miller
Paul Radich QC
Jamie Robinson

Founding Editor:
Trevor Daya-Winterbottom

International Advisory Panel:

  • Professor Jamie Benidickson, University of Ottawa, Canada;
  • Emeritus Professor Ben Boer, University of Sydney, Australia;
  • Professor Simone Borg, University of Malta;
  • Professor An Cliquet, Ghent University, Belgium;
  • Professor Willemien du Plessis, North West University, South Africa;
  • Adjunct Professor Rob Fowler, University of South Australia;
  • Professor Alexander Gillespie, University of Waikato, New Zealand;
  • Professor Lee Godden, University of Melbourne, Australia;
  • Professor Sir Malcolm Grant, University of York, UK;
  • Adjunct Professor Irene Lye Lin-Heng, National University of Singapore;
  • Distinguished Emeritus Professor David Hodas, Widener University, Maryland, USA;
  • Professor Michael Kidd, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa;
  • Professor Timo Koivurova, University of Lapland, Finland;
  • Professor Louis Kotze, North West University, South Africa;
  • Professor Yves Le Bouthillier, University of Ottawa, Canada;
  • Associate Professor Nicola Lugaresi, University of Trento, Italy;
  • Emeritus Professor Richard Macrory, University College London, UK;
  • Professor Frank Maes, University of Ghent, Belgium;
  • Dr Jose Juan Gonzales Marquez, Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, Mexico;
  • Professor Albert Mumma, University of Nairobi;
  • Director/Senior Fellow Nilufer Oral, National University of Singapore, Singapore;
  • Professor Melissa Powers, Lewis & Clark Law School, Oregon, USA;
  • Professor Benjamin Richardson, University of Tasmania, Australia;
  • Professor Christina Voigt, University of Oslo, Norway.