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Implications of the Resource Management Act 1991 for the marine farming industry in New Zealand
(Lincoln University, 1992)
In October 1991 the Resource Management Act was introduced. It was an unprecedented piece of legislation which resulted in fundamental changes to resource management in New Zealand. The purpose of the Act is to promote the ...
An uneasy marriage : ecological reason and the Resource Management Act
(Lincoln University, 2005)
The late 1960s witnessed an unprecedented interest in the environment. One of the intellectual characteristics of this period was the rise of ecocentrism, a form of ecological reasoning that challenged the domination of ...
Restoring kaitiakitanga : evaluating the recognition of indigenous rights in assessment of environmental effects
(Lincoln University, 1998)
Assessment of Environmental Effects are prepared by the applicant of a resource consent. The problem that I have identified is that as the applicant has no mandatory responsibility to recognise the rights of tangata whenua ...
Canterbury Regional Council, climate change, carbon dioxide and mitigation
(Lincoln University, 1996)
In time New Zealand's response to the issue of climate change will be assessed. That assessment will occur with the added advantage of hindsight. Will New Zealand's response be adequate, appropriate and justifiable, or ...
The export of fresh water from Deep Cove, Fiordland
(Lincoln University, 1995)
The purpose of this study is to examine the use of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for the management of preservation, conservation and use of resources in a national park. This study uses a comparative approach ...