The fortnightly Bulletin from EDO Tasmania is OUT NOW
This Lake Malbena special edition has updates on the Federal court litigation and Tribunal appeal. In other news, highlights include: the Bell Bay approval, climate action strikes, Senate Standing Committee inquiry into mining rehabilitation reports, a High Court decision shaping the future for native title compensation, and how to have your say on the revised Draft Freycinet Peninsula Master Plan, Tasmania’s GMO Moratorium review, and more.
The fortnightly Bulletin from EDO Tasmania is OUT NOW and contains updates on Lake Malbena, Marine Farming Review Panel, Anti-protest legislation, single-use plastics bylaws, IDEA Conference, an introduction from our new CEO/Principal Lawyer, Nicole Sommer (… and more).
A constant in my career has been the EDO. I have practised in NSW, Victoria and Tasmania and in each state the EDO has been there, taking cases for the community, pushing advances in environmental jurisprudence, holding the government to account (in some cases, the government I worked for) and providing much needed and otherwise non-existent community education and advice.
This story is equally true in Tasmania. Whether it is salmon farming, development in national parks, mining in the Tarkine, conserving Tasmanian forests or planning reform, the EDO has been behind the community providing advice and representation.
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Find out the latest news on the Rocky Hill climate change case, TWWHA bushfire mapping, toxic wilderness lakes, drilling permits for the Mt Wellington cable car, faunal extinction hearings (… and more!) in the latest issue of the EDO Tasmania Bulletin.
(Photo: Luke Tscharke)
Read the latest edition of the EDO Tas Bulletin for updates on the bushfires, Lake Malbena proposal, MDB Royal Commission, Storm Bay, anti-protest and biosecurity laws (and more), plus a bunch of Good Reads to get stuck into over the weekend.
It has been a very heated start to the New Year. The Island State that we love, is under increasing threat with fires burning in multiple locations.
In the first EDO Tas Bulletin of 2019, get updated with the latest environmental and planning news, interesting reads and podcasts..
Watch this space! We’ve included some environmental policy and cases to watch out for in 2019 – Global Climate Action, the Federal Election, World Heritage Tourism Master-plan, Lake Malbena Court Case and much more..
It’s been a big year. Round it out with all the latest environmental and planning law updates and a bumper list of summer reading in the last EDO Tas Bulletin for 2018.
We also bid a fond farewell to our long-term Principal Lawyer, Jess, and welcome the new team.
The EDO Tasmania office will be closed from 24 December 2018 while we get outdoors and recharge our batteries. We’ll be back on 7 January 2019 for another year of using the law to protect this beautiful island.
On 17 December 2018, changes to the Land Use Planning and Approvals Act 1993 took effect which provide for a new instrument – the Tasmanian Planning Policies. Read our new fact sheet to find out more about the TPPs, how they will be made, and what effect they will have.
Tasmanian Planning Policies fact sheet – 17 December 2018