Federalism and Environmental Frontiers
Source TitleIACL-IADC Blog
University of Melbourne Author/sNelson, Rebecca
AffiliationMelbourne Law School
Document TypeScholarly Contribution
CitationsNelson, R. (2019). Federalism and Environmental Frontiers
Access StatusAccess this item via the Open Access location
Open Access URLhttps://blog-iacl-aidc.org/new-frontiers-of-federalism/2019/11/7/federalism-and-environmental-frontiers
ARC Grant codeARC/DE180101154
Allocating and coordinating powers over parts of the environment horizontally and vertically between governments can help – or hinder – efforts to address environmental problems. As the final blogger in this series, I explain how my research addresses this issue at the intersection of two of the major lines of inquiry of the IACL Research Group on New Frontiers of Federalism, with examples from several jurisdictions around the globe.
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