Regulating Cumulative Environmental Effects: Designing Global Best Practice
Grant number: DE180101154 | Funding period: 2018 - 2021
This project aims to analyse and evaluate laws regulating cumulative environmental effects in the United States of America, European Union, Canada and Australia. The project will use methods combining law, ethics, and natural and spatial science to develop a framework of globally relevant best practice tools for regulating cumulative effects. The outcomes will increase the capacity of regulators, industry, and the community to better manage common challenges in managing environmental effects and reducing environmental harms.
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Big Time: An Empirical Analysis of Regulating the Cumulative Environmental Effects of Coal Seam Gas Extraction under Australian Federal Environmental Law
The cumulative environmental effects of coal seam gas (CSG) extraction are a notable challenge in regulating the transition to a m..
More Joules per Drop - How Much Water Does Unconventional Gas Use Compared to Other Energy Sources and What Are the Legal Implications?
Wendy Timms, Sudeep Nair, Rebecca Nelson
Water is critical to energy security. This article compares “joules per drop”, or the equivalent joules of energy per litre of wat..
Water Data and the Legitimacy Deficit: A Regulatory Review and Nationwide Survey of Challenges Considering Cumulative Environmental Effects of Coal and Coal Seam Gas Developments
Environmental water management in relation to groundwater occurs mainly by controlling groundwater withdrawals under water and env..
Why do Australia’s Environmental Laws Fail to Save our Species from Extinction?
Afshin Akhtar-Khavari, Elizabeth MacPherson, Erin O'Donnell, Katie Woolaston, Julian Yates, Alessandro Pelizzon, Rebecca Nelson
Transformative change is needed in Australia to deal with its extinction record, which is being further exacerbated by large resou..