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Environmental Law and Climate Change Exam Notes

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Environmental and Climate Change Law Notes. Covering EPBC Act (cth) and EPA Act (wa). Important sections are discussed and categorised. Inclusive of case law.

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Natural environment Biology Sustainability Environmental design Environmental impact assessment Environmental monitoring Sustainable design Sustainable development Technology assessment Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act
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Natural environment Biology Sustainability Environmental design Environmental impact assessment Environmental monitoring Sustainable design Sustainable development Technology assessment Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act
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Environmental Impact Assessment -­‐ PART 4 EPA Environmental Protec%on Act s37(b)(1) -­‐ ‘Significant proposal’ -­‐ A proposal likely, if implemented, to have a significant effect on the environment s38 -­‐ Referral of proposals to Authority s38(5) -­‐ Government agencies must refer to EPA if they have no%ce of a proposal likely yo be a significant proposal or a proposal of a prescribed class s38(5)(c) -­‐ EPA can require a proponent to refer a project if they consider it is/may be a significant proposal s38(5)(j) -­‐ Proposal can only be referred once unless terminated under s40J s38(6) -­‐ Minister to nominate person responsible for a proposal (proponent) -­‐ Must no%fy minister of chang...
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