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Tag Archives: Victorian Government
My good law-abiding friends at the Environmental Defenders Office have recently released a report on the implementation and enforcement of Victoria’s Flora and Fauna Guarantee Act. The FFG is the principal piece of legislation dealing with biodiversity conservation and threatened … Continue reading
Threatened Victorian forest-dependent species may soon find themselves with almost no legal protection from logging, outside of the state’s national parks and conservation reserves, if the State Government goes ahead with proposed changes to the Code of Practice for Timber … Continue reading
This past week saw two interesting decisions from the Baillieu Government. On Tuesday the Secretary to the Department of Sustainability and the Environment sought judicial review in the Federal Court of the Federal Environment Minister Tony Burke’s decision to deny, … Continue reading