Resource Management Bulletin

The Resource Management Bulletin is essential for those who need to understand resource management issues, the thinking of law-makers and government agencies, problem areas and future developments in resource management.

The editorial team brings together the foremost experts from professional practice and academia, to make the Bulletin the leading forum for timely discussion of resource management issues.The Resource Management Bulletin has a wide mandate: to enable lawyers, planners, consultants, local and territorial authorities, architects, surveyors and many others to keep abreast of new legislation; to help readers gain an understanding of emerging case law; to evaluate new law against previous law, developing scientific knowledge, and global trends; to evaluate the ecological impact of new laws; to facilitate detailed consideration of the New Zealand regime in the context of international environmental law and Treaty of Waitangi obligations; to promote exchanges between lawyers, administrators, Judges, planners, environmental scientists and others operating in the resource management field. Related products: New Zealand Resource Management Appeals; Environmental and Resource Management Law Online; Local Government; and Practical Guidance Resource Management.

General Information
Author/sThe authors vary from month-to month: generally, New Zealand practitioners and academics specialising in the field of environmental law.
General EditorKenneth Palmer
Consulting Editors Judge Laurie Newhook, Richard Brabant, Vernon Rive.
FormatHardcopy, online
ServicingEight issues per year.

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