Browsing by Author "Barton, Barry"

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  • Adaptive management under the RMA: the tension between finality and flexibility

    Giles, Hilke; Barton, Barry (University of Auckland, 2020)
    Adaptive management is commonly used to manage activities that require resource consents under the Resource Management Act 1991 (RMA) that have uncertain, complex and potentially significant environmental effects. This ...
  • Carbon capture and storage law for New Zealand: A comparative study

    Barton, Barry (Centre for Environmental Law, the University of Auckland, 2009)
    Carbon capture and storage, or geosequestration, is an emerging technique to address climate change by reducing emissions of carbon dioxide. New Zealand law does not presently provide for carbon capture and storage. The ...
  • Carbon capture and storage: Designing the legal and regulatory framework for New Zealand

    Barton, Barry; Jordan, Kimberley Jane; Severinsen, Greg (Centre for Environmental, Resources and Energy law, The University of Waikato, 2013-09)
    The purpose of this Report is to identify the best possible legal framework for carbon capture and storage (CCS) in New Zealand. The Report is of a study funded by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment under ...
  • Compensating for ecological harm - the state of play in New Zealand

    Brown, Marie Amanda; Clarkson, Bruce D.; Stephens, R. T. Theo; Barton, Barry (New Zealand Ecological Society, 2014-01-01)
    Ecological compensation involves measures to create positive conservation outcomes intended to offset the residual impacts of development (e.g. restoration planting, pest control). Rarely, however, have the exchanges ...
  • The Denominator problem: Energy demand in a sustainable energy policy

    Barton, Barry (The Institute for Governance and Policy Studies, School of Government at Victoria University of Wellington, 2013)
    Often when people think of policy for long-term sustainability they think of energy supply and not energy demand. What comes to mind often are new sources of supply on the very edge of technology, such as shale gas and ...

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