Browsing by Author "Wallace, Philippa Jane"

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  • Managing human disturbance of wildlife in coastal areas

    Wallace, Philippa Jane (Wiley-Blackwell, 2016)
    Human disturbance of wildlife is an under-recognised and under-regulated problem. This article discusses traditional approaches to conservation management in protecting wildlife from disturbance in the context of the New ...
  • The nature of habitat

    Wallace, Philippa Jane (University of Auckland, 2007)
    The protection of significant habitats of indigenous fauna is a matter recognised by the Resource Management Act 1991 as one of national importance. The aim of this article is to investigate the nature of the term habitat ...
  • A new legal approach to the protection of species and habit

    Wallace, Philippa Jane (2012)
    The title of this conference “Growing Green” and its by line, suggests transformative measures for primary productive industries with a view to securing gains for the environment and potentially for the industries as well. ...
  • Protection of Threatened Species in New Zealand

    Wallace, Philippa Jane; Fluker, Shaun (Faculty of Law, University of Auckland, 2016)
    The need to protect threatened species and facilitate their recovery to viable population levels enjoys widespread international support, but it is the domestic legal rules of individual nations that will implement ...
  • The Reduced Effect of International Conservation Agreements: A New Zealand Case Study

    Wallace, Philippa Jane (Oxford University Press, 2015-11-01)
    Despite proliferation of law and policy directed at halting global biodiversity decline, it is a common concern that decline continues. Using a case study of six New Zealand birds, this article demonstrates reasons for the ...