People, environment and decision making : the Government's proposals for resource management law reform = Te iwi me te taiao : te whakatau hou a te Kawanatanga.

Contributor(s): New Zealand. Ministry for the Environment | Core Group on Resource Management Law Reform (N.Z.).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, N.Z. : Ministry for the Environment, [1988]Description: 74 p. (incl. 4 appendices) : ill. ; 27 cm.ISBN: 0477058469.Other title: Te iwi me te taiao : te whakatau hou a te kawanatanga | Resource management law reform : a review of the laws for managing air, land and water use and mining : te tahuatu o te taiao.Subject(s): ENVIRONMENTS | LEGAL ASPECTS | LEGISLATION | NEW ZEALAND | GOVERNMENT POLICIES | RESOURCES | RESOURCE MANAGEMENT | TREATY OF WAITANGI 1840 | LAW REFORM | RECYCLING | MINING | WATER USES | ENVIRONMENTS | REVIEWS | COASTAL ZONE | LAND USE | PLANNING | RESOURCE CONSERVATION | CONSERVATION | RESOURCE EXPLOITATION | ASSESSMENT | ENVIRONMENTAL LEGISLATIONHoldings: GRETA POINT: 504.064(931) PEO Abstract: This review of resource management laws in New Zealand entails profound changes to the way we balance our needs with the responsibility we have to sustain and protecting our environment. Many of the concepts seem abstract, yet they are at the core of the relationship between ourselves and our environment. This book sets out the framework for the new law that will govern how our resources are used, and how benefits can be sustained for future generations. (auth)
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December 1988."

On cover: Resource management law reform : a review of the laws for managing air, land and water use and mining : te tahuatu o te taiao

A summary of proposals agreed to by the Government accompanied by background information which includes material from the RMLG Core Group

Includes bibliographical references.

This review of resource management laws in New Zealand entails profound changes to the way we balance our needs with the responsibility we have to sustain and protecting our environment. Many of the concepts seem abstract, yet they are at the core of the relationship between ourselves and our environment. This book sets out the framework for the new law that will govern how our resources are used, and how benefits can be sustained for future generations. (auth)

GRETA POINT: 504.064(931) PEO

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