LAWS319

Environmental Law, Conservation and the Public Interest

15 points

Not offered 2021, offered in 2018, 2020

For further information see School of Law

Description

The law governing the Department of Conservation and its duties, powers and role, and the Ministry for the Environment, and the Treaty of Waitangi as it bears on these; historic places, public recreational and access issues, fish and game matters, pastoral leases, indigenous forest management, biosecurity, hazardous substances and new organisms and commercial fisheries. This course is offered in alternate years.

Restrictions

LAWS304

Co-requisites