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Water law and governance is contentious in Australia, involving vexed fault lines between the goals of ecologically sustainable development (ESD) and economic activity, such as mining and agriculture. As a natural resource of significance, water management and usage is regulated by State and Commonwealth legislation. This unit considers reforms from the mid 1990s forward, focusing on key legislation and its role in marrying environmental protection with resource access and use. We confront a diversity of expectations associated with ecologically sustainable development including tension between the aspirations of sustainable development, and ensuring protection for private rights and freedoms.
Assignment 1 Essay: 1500 words (approx). Relates to Learning Outcomes (LO) LO: 1, 2, 4. Assignment 2 Essay: 2000 words (approx). Relates to Learning Outcomes (LO) LO: 2, 3, 4
- Assignment 1 - Essay (40%%)
- Assignment 2 - Essay (60%%)