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HSC Legal Studies Practice Essay

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In response to the question: "Explain how Australia has responded to the need for global environmental protection"

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Foreign relations Law Government Environmentalism Ozone depletion Montreal Protocol Greenpeace United Nations Environment Programme Environmental protection Sustainability Ozone layer
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Foreign relations Law Government Environmentalism Ozone depletion Montreal Protocol Greenpeace United Nations Environment Programme Environmental protection Sustainability Ozone layer
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GEP is of critical importance within our international community and Australia plays an important role in the achievement of the GEP goal. GEP is a holistic philosophy, which encompasses values, principles and ideas that prioritise the protection and conservation of the environment. GEP incorporates four Ecologically Sustainable Development (ESD) principles: biodiversity; intergenerational equity; intragenerational equity and the precautionary principle. The principles of ESD, first proposed in the 1987 Brundtland report, were incorporated into Australia’s domestic law in 1999 in the Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act (Cth). The enactment of these principles ensures a realistic attempt to ba...
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