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EDS (Environmental Defence Society) report will be influential in RMA (Resource Management Act) review
This article summarises three reform models offered by the EDS (Environmental Defence Society) and the future process.
New Zealand
25 Mar 2019
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Ground Cover: resource management, local government and planning law
Ground Cover tracks legislative and regulatory reform in resource management, local government and planning law.
New Zealand
15 Feb 2019
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ETS (Emissions Trading Scheme) about to enter drive mode
The Ministry released a discussion document on reform options, seeking feedback on how best to implement these changes.
New Zealand
26 Aug 2018
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ETS forestry regulation changes
These proposed amendments are intended to simplify the requirements for forest owners to operate within the ETS.
New Zealand
18 Jun 2018
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Zero Carbon Bill consultation begins
Key aspects of the Zero Carbon Bill including how ambitions the emissions reduction target should be.
New Zealand
13 Jun 2018
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What is at stake on 23 September (NZ elections) for climate change/environment policy?
There will be more traction under climate change policy and a further rewriting of environment and planning law.
New Zealand
13 Sep 2017
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Productivity Commission charts path to low carbon economy
The Productivity Commission has taken the gloves off in its issues paper on making the shift to a low emissions economy.
New Zealand
25 Aug 2017
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ETS review now underway
The ETS review discussion document signals the need for a tightening of the ETS screws.
New Zealand
6 Dec 2015
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Latest ETS changes need quick response
The ETS amendment bill reflects previously announced policy decisions in NZ and makes technical and operational changes.
New Zealand
9 Sep 2012
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NPS reduces RMA barriers to renewable electricity generation
The National Policy Statement (NPS) for Renewable Electricity Generation takes effect on 13 May 2011 but gives territorial authorities a further 24 months to modify their planning documents.
New Zealand
15 Apr 2011
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