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  • Affordable housing: AH:ETA RIP? 

    Warnock, Ceri Ailsa
    Of all the legislation rushed into force in the dying days of the last Labour government, the Affordable Housing: Enabling Territorial Authorities Act 2008 (AH:ETA) is perhaps the most obviously flawed. The purpose of the ...
  • Air Pollution in New Zealand 

    Warnock, Ceri Ailsa
    This chapter is included in the book Environmental Law in New Zealand, edited by Peter Salmon and David Grinlinton. The author considers the regulation of localised air pollution in New Zealand by the Resource Management ...
  • Compliance and Enforcement 

    Warnock, Ceri Ailsa
    This chapter is included in the book Environmental Law in New Zealand, edited by Peter Salmon and David Grinlinton. The first part of the chapter provides an introduction to the main concepts relevant to compliance and ...
  • Critical Reflections on Ownership by Mary Warnock 

    Warnock, Ceri Ailsa
    This article is a book review for Mary Warnock’s book, Critical Reflections on Ownership. The author concludes that the book is stimulating and enjoyable, with a depth and gravitas that will make it particularly interesting ...
  • The Deep Seabed and Ocean Floor 

    Warnock, Ceri Ailsa
    The first part of this report summarizes the activities of the International Seabed Authority (ISA) over the period July 2013 to July 2014 and details contracts for exploration of mineral resources in the deep seabed applied ...
  • Differing Conceptions of Environmental Democracy in New Zealand Resource Management Law 

    Warnock, Ceri Ailsa
    Present proposals for law reform in NZ would shift the balance towards greater ministerial decision-making in environmental management and are serving to highlight a tension in the law between competing manifestations of ...
  • Energy Law and the Environment: A Book Review 

    Warnock, Ceri Ailsa
    This article is a book review of Rosemary Lyster and Adrian Bradbrook’s book Energy Law and the Environment. The article commends Lyster and Bradbrook’s publication and concludes that the overwhelming message of the book ...
  • Environmental Adjudication in the 21st Century Symposium: Summary of Proceedings 

    Warnock, Ceri Ailsa
    This article is a summary of the proceedings of the international symposium ‘Environmental Adjudication in the 21st Century,’ held in Auckland, New Zealand in April 2017. The symposium was organised by a research group ...
  • Environmental Adjudication: Mapping the Spectrum and Identifying the Fulcrum 

    Warnock, Ceri Ailsa; Pedersen, Ole W.
    This paper seeks to make structural sense of environmental adjudication through a comparative examination of environmental adjudication in two jurisdictions – England and Wales, and New Zealand, utilizing Michael Asimow ...
  • Environmental Defence Society Inc. v. Marlborough District Council (The 'King Salmon' Case) 

    Warnock, Ceri Ailsa
    This article considers the “King Salmon” case, concerned with an application to change the prohibited activity status of salmon farming in the Marlborough Sounds Resource Management Plan. The author examines the wider issue ...
  • Environmental Justice in India: The National Green Tribunal 

    Warnock, Ceri Ailsa
    This article is a book review of Gitanjali Nain Gill’s book Environmental Justice in India: The National Green Tribunal. The author concludes that this work provides a sound basis for further research into environmental ...
  • Fiduciary Duty and the Atmospheric Trust 

    Warnock, Ceri Ailsa
    This article is a book review for the book Fiduciary Duty and the Atmospheric Trust, edited by Ken Coghill, Charles Sampford and Tim Smith. The author concludes that this book is an excellent exploration of whether governments ...
  • Focus on Housing: The New Affordable Housing Legislation 

    Warnock, Ceri Ailsa
    This paper begins with a warning! The Government has recently signaled its intention to review the Affordable Housing: Enabling Territorial Authorities Act 2008. Given National’s opposition to the legislation when it was ...
  • Global Atmospheric Pollution: Climate Change and Ozone 

    Warnock, Ceri Ailsa
    This chapter is published in the book Environmental Law in New Zealand, edited by Peter Salmon and David Grinlinton. The chapter briefly explains the nature of anthropogenic-induced climate change and ozone depletion, ...
  • Greenhouse Gases and Climate Change: Relevance to Discharge Permit Applications 

    Warnock, Ceri Ailsa
    The decision of Greenpeace New Zealand v Northland Regional Council considered to what extent, if at all, consent authorities are permitted to take into account climate change factors when considering applications for ...
  • Human Rights and the Environment 

    Warnock, Ceri Ailsa
    This chapter is published in the book International Human Rights Law in Aotearoa New Zealand, edited by Margaret Beddgood, Kris Gledhill and Ian McIntosh. This chapter considers whether New Zealand law should contain ...
  • Introduction ('Environmental Legislation in New Zealand') 

    Warnock, Ceri Ailsa
    This chapter provides an introduction to the environmental legislation contained in Brookers Environmental Legislation Handbook 2014. It explains the parameters used to define "environmental legislation", thereby guiding ...
  • Legal and Jurisprudential Aspects of Mandatory 'Environmental Literacy' Programmes in Tertiary Education 

    Warnock, Ceri Ailsa
    There is a significant and growing body of literature that considers how Universities might act as a catalyst in fostering sustainability from the perspectives of management and administration, promoting research into ...
  • Measuring Up: The Proposed National 'State of The Environment' Reporting System 

    Warnock, Ceri Ailsa; Wright, Madeleine
    New Zealand is the only country in the OECD that does not have a specific legislative mandate requiring the regular collection and publication of national “state of the environment” information.1 In August of 2011 the ...
  • An Overview of Integrating Instruments to Achieve Sustainable Construction and Buildings 

    Warnock, Ceri Ailsa
    Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to seek to contribute to the objective of the sustainable development process. A factor that may be hindering progress towards sustainable building in many developed states is the ...