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Duncan Cotterill
The 2018 ETS Review focussed on some key proposals to help improve this afforestation scheme for market participants.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
What you need to know about 3 key changes signalled by the government in relation to the plan to tackle water quality issues.
Chapman Tripp
The Productivity Commission has urged "early, strong action" in the form of higher emissions prices.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
MFE is consulting on these proposed amendments to the Emissions Trading Scheme, NZ's principal policy for climate change.
Duncan Cotterill
Discussion of recent HC decisions on Plan Change 5 to the Canterbury Land and Water Regional Plan.
Chapman Tripp
The Ministry released a discussion document on reform options, seeking feedback on how best to implement these changes.
Duncan Cotterill
Results from the monitoring show no serious public health risk from airborne dust, but nuisance dust levels may exist.
Duncan Cotterill
The aim of the AEJ approach is to get the offender and those concerned by the environmental harm involved in the process.
Chapman Tripp
These proposed amendments are intended to simplify the requirements for forest owners to operate within the ETS.
Chapman Tripp
Key aspects of the Zero Carbon Bill including how ambitions the emissions reduction target should be. .
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Amendments have been gazetted that will have implications for how local authorities recognise the NES in their plans.
Chapman Tripp
The Productivity Commission has a strategy to achieve net carbon neutrality on a transition to a low emissions economy.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
NZ will be the first country to introduce a nationwide standard for biofouling, to prevent pests entering from overseas.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The Conservation (Infringement System) Bill seeks to introduce a new infringement system for the use of government agencies. .
Duncan Cotterill
Forestry related activities will soon need to comply with new national standards.
Duncan Cotterill
New provisions of plan change 18 which deal with indigenous biodiversity impact most land uses in the Mackenzie District.
Cavell Leitch
Issuing of a notice under the new RMA provisions requires similar time and effort to a resource consent application. .
Duncan Cotterill
The new Canterbury Air Regional Plan makes significant changes to the rules relating to home heating. .
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.
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Wynn Williams Lawyers
What you need to know about 3 key changes signalled by the government in relation to the plan to tackle water quality issues.
Duncan Cotterill
The aim of the AEJ approach is to get the offender and those concerned by the environmental harm involved in the process.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
MFE is consulting on these proposed amendments to the Emissions Trading Scheme, NZ's principal policy for climate change.
Chapman Tripp
The Ministry released a discussion document on reform options, seeking feedback on how best to implement these changes.
Chapman Tripp
The Productivity Commission has urged "early, strong action" in the form of higher emissions prices.
Duncan Cotterill
Discussion of recent HC decisions on Plan Change 5 to the Canterbury Land and Water Regional Plan.
Chapman Tripp
The Productivity Commission has a strategy to achieve net carbon neutrality on a transition to a low emissions economy.
Chapman Tripp
Key aspects of the Zero Carbon Bill including how ambitions the emissions reduction target should be. .
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The NPSFM provides a national direction for the management of freshwater under the Resource Management Act 1991 (RMA).
Duncan Cotterill
Results from the monitoring show no serious public health risk from airborne dust, but nuisance dust levels may exist.
Duncan Cotterill
New provisions of plan change 18 which deal with indigenous biodiversity impact most land uses in the Mackenzie District.
Chapman Tripp
These proposed amendments are intended to simplify the requirements for forest owners to operate within the ETS.
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