Browsing by Author "Daya-Winterbottom, Trevor"

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  • Black coral forests and marine biodiversity

    Daya-Winterbottom, Trevor (2015)
    New Zealand has a strong social commitment to environmental protection. It has the 6th largest marine area, and a tradition of enacting world-leading legislation, e.g. the Marine Reserves Act 1971 (MRA), and the Resource ...
  • Caring for our oceans and their biodiversity

    Daya-Winterbottom, Trevor (2017)
    This paper will explore and critically analyse national strategies for oceans governance and protecting marine biodiversity from a transnational perspective. For example, during 2016 New Zealand launched a public consultation ...
  • Evolving practice - The environment court of New Zealand

    Daya-Winterbottom, Trevor (Resource Management Law Association of New Zealand, 2005)
    Practice before the Environment Court is evolving. Recent innovations have included enhanced support for Judges through the appointment of case managers and hearings managers, digital recording of evidence, provision for ...
  • The legitimate role of Rights Based Approaches to Environmental Conflict Resolution

    Daya-Winterbottom, Trevor (2016)
    Rights based approaches to environmental conflict resolution should be viewed from the wider public law context. For example, Martin Loughlin maps the transition from a liberty focused constraint on law based on jurisdiction, ...
  • New Zealand-freshwater allocation: Property rights, non-derogation from grant and legitimate expectation

    Daya-Winterbottom, Trevor (Lawtext Publishing, 2015)
    Freshwater allocation has been a significant issue in New Zealand, particularly in the rich agricultural regions of the South Island, for over a decade, and has given rise to significant litigation before the superior ...

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  • Governance of International Rivers: Threats, Gaps and Challenges

    Raman, Durgeshree Devi (University of Waikato, 2015)
    In light of the growing water shortages world-wide and concerns over freshwater disputes arising from essentially a growing world population, an increase in per-capita consumption and the limited supplies of freshwater ...