Environmental Law

Environmental law

Environmental Law

Adjunct Professor
Professor
Research interests:
Legal Structures for Environmental and Climate Risk and Impact Management, History of Environmental Law, Climate Change and Natural Disasters, Environmental Law
PhD Candidate
Research interests:
Environmental Law
PhD Candidate
Research interests:
Environmental Policy Design and Implementation, Environmental Law, Forced Migration and Movement of Peoples, Natural Resource Management, Sustainability, Biodiversity, Conservation, Climate change, Environmental Impact Assessment, Climate change policy
Associate Professor
Research interests:
General Criminal Law, International Humanitarian Law, International Law and Development, Climate Change and Natural Disasters
PhD Candidate
Research interests:
Environmental Policy Design and Implementation
PhD Candidate
Research interests:
International Environmental Law, Law of the Sea, Antarctic, Deep Seabed Mining
Professor
Research interests:
Legal Structures for Environmental and Climate Risk and Impact Management, Environmental Policy Design and Implementation, Environmental Law, Indigenous Rights and Environmental Law and Governance, Climate change, Natural disasters
Senior Lecturer
Research interests:
Legal Structures for Environmental and Climate Risk and Impact Management, Facilitation of Energy and Technological Change through the Law, Environmental Law, Climate Change and Natural Disasters, energy law, electricity law, Competition Law, Climate change
Honorary Professor
Research interests:
Climate change
PhD Candidate
Research interests:
Renewable Energy Technology

Latest news

13
Feb
2018
Evacuation Planning Handbook
The Australian Institute for Disaster Resilience has recognised the valuable input of Associate Professor Michael Eburn in development of the recently published, revised Evacuation Planning Handbook.
14
Sep
2017
Rooftop Solar Panels
Students in the Environmental Law Clinical Program have returned from Sydney where they visited two community solar energy projects; the Environmental Defenders Office NSW; and met with justices of the Land and Environment Court.
14
Jul
2017
Graduation July 2017 Student holds ANU Frame
Alumnus Martijn Wilder AM spoke to ANU law graduates about his journey since graduating from ANU Law in 1992, the same year that the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change was adopted.
26
Jun
2017
Finnish icebreaker Nordica
After serving as a rapporteur at the annual Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting in Beijing, Scott Joblin is about to join an Arctic icebreaker expedition undertaking the North West Passage to Greenland.
21
Apr
2017
Ellen Chapple
ANU Law graduate Ellen Chapple (BA ’11, LLB (Hons) ’11, GDLP ’14) has received the prestigious and valuable R.G. Menzies Scholarship to undertake post-graduate studies at Harvard University in Cambridge Massachusetts.

In the Media

11
May
2018

Remembering the tragedy of the Black War

Tim Bonyhady interviewed by Sydney Morning Herald; Fairfax Media

Research theme:
07
May
2018

Is Australia Running Out of Fuel?

James Prest comments in BBC Online

27
Apr
2018

Climate Crisis – Saving landscapes?

Andrew McIntosh speaks to ABC Radio National - Big Ideas

17
Apr
2018

‘Mad Max scenario’: Australia’s fuel reserves running low

James Prest quoted in The New Daily

05
Jun
2017

Australia will forge ahead with Paris climate agreement

Andrew Macintosh speaks to SBS News

Research theme:
30
May
2017

Salmon farming damage to Macquarie Harbour subject to federal environment probe

Andrew Macintosh speaks to ABC News

Research theme:
15
Mar
2017

New concerns over Tasmania's salmon farming industry

Andrew Macintosh speaks to 7:30 on ABC TV

Research theme:

Upcoming events

13
Jun
2018

Restorative inquiries and natural disasters

Restorative
9.00AM to 5.00PM
  • Professor Jennifer Llewelyn, Schulich School of Law, Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia

This workshop will address the questions of whether restorative practices should, and can be adopted to make inquiries into natural disasters more effective and facilitate community restoration.

30
May
2018

Perspectives on the global energy framework

Samantha Hepburn
6.00PM to 7.00PM
  • Professor Samantha Hepburn, Deakin University

Professor Hepburn will discuss some of the core regulatory and policy issues facing the domestic and global transitioning energy framework. In recent times a number of key issues, including the Adani mine project, fracking and unconventional gas, have arisen as issues of concern for lawyers and policy-makers.

Past events

No past events found.

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