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Duncan Cotterill
Check that you comply with the new NZ rules for managing hazardous substances in the workplace.
Chapman Tripp
There will be more traction under climate change policy and a further rewriting of environment and planning law.
Chapman Tripp
The Productivity Commission has taken the gloves off in its issues paper on making the shift to a low emissions economy.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The NPSFM provides a national direction for the management of freshwater under the Resource Management Act 1991 (RMA).
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The Court declarations are a timely reminder for consent authorities when considering applications for resource consents.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
A recent hikoi and petition to Parliament highlights the increasing focus on the management of the quality of freshwater.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
NZ plans a revised system of marine protected areas designed to improve and build upon existing management systems.
Chapman Tripp
The ETS review discussion document signals the need for a tightening of the ETS screws.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The main objectives of the reforms are to achieve better alignment and integration across the resource management system.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
If you require resource consent, it is generally considered beneficial to try to obtain written approvals under the RMA.
Duncan Cotterill
Tighter air pollution restrictions have been put out by ECan, with a 1 May deadline for submissions wanting changes.
Cavell Leitch
Environment Canterbury has released the Council's decision on the proposed Canterbury Land and Water Regional Plan (LWRP).
Cavell Leitch
Under the ETS, forest owners may have obligations to account for ETUs if they deforest their land or change land uses.
Duncan Cotterill
A record-breaking fine for dumping contaminated earthquake waste in Christchurch is the outcome of a District Court ruling.
Duncan Cotterill
The third round of Resource Management Act amendments, which included an overhaul of core principles, is now on hold.
Duncan Cotterill
These key tips may provide a helpful starting point, even if they provide no guarantee that nothing will ever go wrong.
Duncan Cotterill
Council monitoring officer visits have become a normal part of farm life.
Duncan Cotterill
Farmers could face longer term issues of compliance and liability in the wake of this week's storm in Canterbury.
Duncan Cotterill
You should fix the source of the non-compliance and then get the Council to confirm in writing that you have done so.
Chapman Tripp
Further streamlining of the resource management regime and a new process for the Auckland Unitary Plan were introduced.
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Wynn Williams Lawyers
The Court declarations are a timely reminder for consent authorities when considering applications for resource consents.
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Chapman Tripp
The Productivity Commission has taken the gloves off in its issues paper on making the shift to a low emissions economy.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
These PCE report recommendations to reduce emissions are based on key features of the UK Climate Change Act 2008.
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A recent hikoi and petition to Parliament highlights the increasing focus on the management of the quality of freshwater.
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