The Laws of NZ (encyclopedia) includes title Environment: PART I Statutory Framework for the Environment; PART II Air ; PART III Water and Soil; PART IV Coastal Environment ; PART V Marine Environment; PART VI Forests, Indigenous Timber, Native Plants, and Protection of.
Note also separate related titles: Animals, Fisheries, Maori Land, Minerals and Mining, Resource Management, Water
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Official website. "Most of the Environment Court's work involves the Resource Management Act 1991. The court largely deals with appeals about the contents of regional and district plans and appeals arising out of applications for resource consents. The consents applied for may be for land use, a subdivision, a coastal permit, a water permit or a discharge permit or a combination of these"
Each resource summarises a climate change risk assessment, impact assessment or adaptation research project funded by the Ministry for Primary Industries’ Sustainable Land Management and Climate Change (SLMACC) programme. Individual projects funded by SLMACC are led by a range of expert bodies, including Crown Research Institutes, universities and industry organisations.
Resources are broadly classified as case studies, advisories and overviews. They are searchable by sector and region, or by any free-text word that appears within the resources.
section 4 Purpose of this Act
The purpose of this Act is to establish and preserve in perpetuity a legal identity and protected status for Te Urewera for its intrinsic worth, its distinctive natural and cultural values, the integrity of those values, and for its national importance, ....
section 11 Te Urewera declared to be legal entity
Te Urewera is a legal entity, and has all the rights, powers, duties, and liabilities of a legal person.. ...
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The Crown and Ngā Iwi o Taranaki signed Te Anga Pūtakerongo, a Record of Understanding, on 20 December 2017. Te Anga Pūtakerongo is available under 'Supporting documents' below.
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