Why do Australia’s Environmental Laws Fail to Save our Species from Extinction?
AuthorAkhtar-Khavari, A; MacPherson, E; O'Donnell, E; Woolaston, K; Yates, J; Pelizzon, A; Nelson, R
Source TitleWorld Commission on Environmental Law Blog
AffiliationMelbourne Law School
Document TypeScholarly Contribution
CitationsAkhtar-Khavari, A., MacPherson, E., O'Donnell, E., Woolaston, K., Yates, J., Pelizzon, A. & Nelson, R. (2019). Why do Australia’s Environmental Laws Fail to Save our Species from Extinction?
Access StatusAccess this item via the Open Access location
Open Access URLhttps://www.iucn.org/news/world-commission-environmental-law/201907/why-do-australias-environmental-laws-fail-save-our-species-extinction
ARC Grant codeARC/DE180101154
Transformative change is needed in Australia to deal with its extinction record, which is being further exacerbated by large resource extraction approvals and increased urbanization. Legal opportunities are procedurally and jurisdictionally complex and imaginative changes that can drive recovery efforts for ecosystems are urgently needed.
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