LexisNexis has just launched the new loose-leaf and online edition of its leading text, Environmental and Resource Management Law.
The text, which is regarded as a definitive guide for legal practitioners working in environmental and resource management law, brings together existing content with new chapters in topical areas of climate change, and the landscape and visual aspects of resource management law.
Chapman Tripp’s environment and resource management team made a major contribution to the new edition, with Paula Brosnahan, Jo Bain, Ed Steane, Katherine Harland and Vernon Rive supplying a new chapter on Landscape and Visual, Matthew Spiro and Vernon Rive updating an existing chapter on Native Trees and Plants, and Asher Davidson and Vernon Rive updating the Environmental Assessment chapter.
The text received praise from Principal Environment Judge Bollard, "Environmental and Resource Management Law has been produced by experienced practitioners and leading academics for people working in environmental and resource management law. It is well researched work that makes a significant contribution to the advancement of understanding the law, theory and practice of resource management." For more information, see the LexisNexis website.