RM Theory & Practice Vol 13 (2017)

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Resource Management Theory & Practice Vol 13 (2017)

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Citation
This volume of the journal may be cited as [2017] RM Theory & Practice.

Contents:

Editorial – Jacinta Ruru

The RMLA Salmon Lecture 2016: Auckland’s Urban Form: Quality Compact – Rachel de Lambert, Partner, Boffa Miskell Limited

OUTstanding landscapes: Is the RMA protecting New Zealand’s heritage? – Judge Jane Borthwick

 Mananging Biological Sources and Sinks in the Context of New Zealand’s Response to Climate Change – Simon Upton

The increasing and enduring importance of Tikanga Maori and Cultural Evidence in the Environment Court – Horiana Irwin-Easthope

Biodiversity maintenance and protection under both clauses of RMA s 6(c) – Mandy D. Tocher, Claire Freeman, Theo Stephens and Chris Garden

Ecosystem Services Based Approaches to Resource Management and the Resource Management Act 1991 – Hannah Payne-Harker

A Review of New Zealand’s Dual Legislative Approach to Historic Heritage Management – Nathaniel John Harris and Rosalind Day-Cleavin

Special Collection: Innovation in a New Zealand Law School’s Resource Management Curriculum  

Innovation in a New Zealand Law School’s Resource Management Curriculum – Estair van Wagner

 On appeal: A community first wind farm in Blueskin Bay? – Francis McKeefry, Rueben Shim, Harrison Cunningham

Naku to rourou nau te rourou ka ora ai te iwi: Co-managing the Harbour Islands – Adair Houia-Ashwell

Legal ramifications of extending an International Runway into a coastal marine area – Felix Hewitson

Editor in Chief:
Professor Jacinta Ruru

Editorial Board:
Professor Bruce Clarkson
Maree Baker-Galloway
Dr Ben France-Hudson
Wayne Gumley
Associate Professor Caroline Miller
Dr Royden Somerville QC

Founding Editor:
Trevor Daya-Winterbottom

International Advisory Panel:
• Professor Jamie Benedickson, University of Ottawa, Canada;
• Emeritus Professor Ben Boer, University of Sydney, Australia;
• Dr Simone Borg, University of Malta;
• Professor An Cliquet, University of Ghent, Belgium;
• Professor Willemien du Plessis, North West University, South Africa;
• Adjunct Professor Rob Fowler, University of South Australia;
• Professor Alexander Gillespie, University of Waikato, New Zealand;
• Professor Lee Godden, University of Melbourne, Australia;
• Emeritus Professor Malcolm Grant, University College London, UK;
• Associate Professor Irene Lye Lin Heng, National University  of Singapore;
• Professor David Hodas, Widener University, Maryland, USA;
• Professor Michael Kidd, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South  Africa;
• Professor Timo Koivurova, University of Lapland, Finland;
• Professor Louis Kotze, North West University, South Africa;
• Professor Yves Le Bouthillier, University of Ottawa, Canada;
• Associate Professor Nicola Lugaresi, University of Trento, Italy;
• Professor Richard Macrory, University College London, UK;
• Professor Frank Maes, University of Ghent, Belgium;
• Dr Jose Juan Gonzales Marquez, Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, Mexico;
• Professor Albert Mumma, University of Nairobi;
• Professor Nilufer Oral, Instanbul Bilgi University, Turkey;
• Professor Melissa Powers, Lewis & Clark Law School, Oregon, USA;
• Professor Benjamin Richardson, University of Tasmania, Australia;
• Associate Professor Svitlana Romanko, Prykarpatsky National University, Ukraine;
• Associate Professor Christina Voigt, University of Oslo, Norway