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Shawkat Alam

Books (Published)

  • Shawkat Alam, Jona Razzaque and Jahid Bhuiyan (eds), International Natural Resources Law, Investment and Sustainability (Routledge, London, 2017).
  • Shawkat Alam, Carmen G. Gonzalez, Jona Razzaque, and Sumudu Atapattu et al, International Environmental Law and the Global South, Cambridge University Press (July 2015). ISBN: 978110755698.
  • Indira Carr, Shawkat Alam and Jahid Bhuiyan, (eds), International Trade Law and the WTO (Federation Press, 2013) ISBN 978186287879-2.
  • Shawkat Alam, Jahid Bhuiyan, Tareq M R Chowdhury and Erika J Techera (eds), Routledge Handbook of International Environmental Law (Routledge, 2012) ISBN 978-0-415-68717-1.

Book Chapters

  • Shawkat Alam, ‘Natural resource protection in regional and bilateral investment agreements: In search of an equitable balance for promoting sustainable development’ in International Natural Resources Law, Investment and Sustainability (Routledge, 2017).
  • Shawkat Alam, Jahid Hossain Bhuiyan and Jona Razzaque, ‘International natural resources Law, sustainable investment and green economy: Emergence of theories, principles and practice’ in International Natural Resources Law, Investment and Sustainability (Routledge, 2017).
  • Shawkat Alam, ‘Trade, Investment and Biodiversity Conservation’ in Jona Razzaque and Elisa Morgera (eds), Encyclopedia on Biodiversity and Nature Protection Law, Edward Elgar, 2017.
  • Laely Nurhidaya and Shawkat Alam, ‘MPA and Fisheries in the Context of Food Security and Sustainable Livelihood in Indonesia: Case study of MPAs in Karimunjawa and Mayalibit Papua, Indonesia’ in Lena et al (eds). Marine Protected Areas: Interactions with Fishery Livelihoods and Food Security, FAO and IUCN, 2017. http://www.fao.org/3/a-i6742e.pdf
  • Shawkat Alam, ‘Trade and the Environment: Perspectives from the Global South’ in S. Alam et.al (eds), International Environmental Law and the Global South, Cambridge University Press (July 2015).
  • Shawkat Alam and Jona Razzaque, ‘Sustainable Development versus Green Economy: The Way Forward?’ in S. Alam et.al (eds), International Environmental Law and the Global South, Cambridge University Press (July 2015).
  • Shawkat Alam, ‘Shifting Global Power and Trade in Education Services: Opportunities and Challenges for ‘Education for Sustainable Development’ in Rowena Maguire, Bridget Lewis and Charles Sampford (eds), Shifting Global Powers: Challenges and Opportunities for International Law (Routledge, 2013) 133-152.
  • Shawkat Alam and Md. Rizwanul Islam, ‘Barriers to Trade in Goods and Services’ in Indira Carr, Shawkat Alam and Jahid Bhuiyan, (eds), International Trade Law and the WTO (Federation Press, 2013) 147-165.
  • Shawkat Alam, ‘Collective Indigenous Rights and the Environment’ in Shawkat Alam, Jahid Bhuiyan, Tareq M R Chowdhury and Erika J Techera (eds), Routledge Handbook of International Environmental Law (Routledge, 2012) 585-602.

Scholarly Journal Articles

  • Shawkat Alam and Laely Nurhidayah, ‘The international law on transboundary haze pollution: What can we learn from the Southeast Asia region?’ (2017) 26:3 Review of European, Comparative & International Environmental Law (forthcoming).
  • Shawkat Alam and Saif Uddin Ahammad, ‘Shrimp Aquaculture in Bangladesh: Domestic Regulatory Responses and Compliance with MEAs’ (2017) 82 Marine Policy 122-133.
  • George F. Tomossy and Shawkat Alam, 2017, “Shifting Public Procurement towards Sustainability: A Comparative Case Study of Indonesia and Australia” Australian Journal of Asian Law (forthcoming).
  • Shawkat Alam and George Tomossy, ‘Overcoming the SPS Concerns of the Bangladesh Fisheries and Aquaculture Sector: From Compliance to Engagement’ (2017) 16(2) Journal of International Trade Law and Policy 70-91.
  • Zada Lipman, Laely Nurhidayah and Shawkat Alam, ‘REDD+ and Forest Fires: Implications for the Legal and Policy Forest Fire Management Framework for Indonesia’ (2017) 34(3) Environmental and Planning Law Journal 251-267.
  • Laely Nurhidayah, Shawkat Alam and Zada Lipman, ‘The Influence of International Law upon ASEAN Approaches in Addressing Transboundary Haze Pollution in the ASEAN Region’ (2015) 37(2) Contemporary Southeast Asia 183-210.
  • Shawkat Alam and Abdullah Faruque, ‘Legal Regulation of Shipbreaking Industry in Bangladesh: The International Regulatory Framework and Domestic Implementation Challenges’ (2014) 47C Marine Policy 46-56.
  • Laely Nurhidayah, Zada Lipman and Shawkat Alam, ‘Regional Environmental Governance: An Evaluation of the ASEAN Legal Framework for Addressing Transboundary Haze Pollution’ 15:1 (2014) Australian Journal of Asian Law, 1-17.
  • Mia Mahmudur Rahim and Shawkat Alam, ‘Convergence of Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Governance: The Case of Bangladesh’ (2013) (May) Journal of Business Ethics. DOI 10.1007/s10551-013-1699-x (Published online).
  • Shawkat Alam, Pundarik Mukhopadhya, and Md. Rizwanul Islam, ‘The Australia India Proposed Free Trade Agreement and Trade in Agriculture: Opportunities and Challenges’ (2013) 14:1 Journal of World Investment and Trade 167-197.
  • Tanzim Afroz and Shawkat Alam, ‘Sustainable Shrimp Farming in Bangladesh: A Quest for an Integrated Coastal Zone Management’ 71 (2013) Ocean and Coastal Management 275-283.
  • M Rafiqul Islam, Shawkat Alam and Pundarik Mukhopadhaiya, ‘Integrating Trade in Education Services between Australia and India: Complementarities and Challenges (2012) 11:2 Journal of International Trade Law and Policy 133-147.

Hope Ashiabor

Books

  • Kreiser L, Lee S, Ueta K, Milne JE, Ashiabor H (eds): Environmental Taxation and Green Fiscal Reform: Theory and Impact, (Critical Issues in Environmental Taxation series -Volume XIV), (Edward Elgar, UK, 2014).  ISBN 978-1 78347 817 0 (pp.317).]
  • Kreiser L, Duff D, Milne JE, Ashiabor H (eds): Market Based Instruments: National Experiences in Environmental Sustainability, (Critical Issues in Environmental Taxation series -Volume XIII), (Edward Elgar, UK, 2013).  ISBN 978-1 78254 872 0 (pp.204).
  • Kreiser L, Sterling AY, Herrera P, Milne JE, Ashiabor H (eds): Green Taxation and Environmental Sustainability, (Critical Issues in Environmental Taxation series -Volume XII), (Edward Elgar, UK, 2012).  ISBN 978-1 78100 902 4 (pp.283).
  • Kreiser L, Sterling AY, Herrera P, Milne JE, Ashiabor H (eds): Carbon Pricing, Growth and the Environment, (Critical Issues in Environmental Taxation series -Volume XI), (Edward Elgar, UK, 2012).  ISBN 978-1 78100 937 6 (pp.288).

Book Chapters

  • Rodi, M, Ashiabor H, "The legal authority to enact environmental tax instruments" in Milne JE and Andersen MS (eds), Chapter 4, in the Handbook of Research on Environmental Taxation, (Edward Elgar, UK, 2012), pp. 59-81.

Carlos Bernal

  • The Philosophy of Law of Eugenio Bulygin. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015 (with Carla Huerta, José J. Moreso, Pablo Navarro, Bonnie L. Paulson, and Stanley L. Paulson).
  • "The Right to Water: Constitutional Perspectives from the Global South", in: Shawkat Alam, Sumudu Atapattu, Carmen G. Gonzalez, and Jona Razzaque (eds.), International Environmental Law and the Global South. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015.
  • "Transitional Justice within the Framework of a Permanent Constitution", 3(4) Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law, 2014.
  • "The Right to Equality in the Access to Health Services", in Laura Clérico, Liliana Ronconi and Martin Aldao (eds.), Tratado de Derecho a la Salud (Buenos Aires: Abeledo Perrot), 2013, Vol. 1, p. 103-132. [Sp]
  • "Unconstitutional Constitutional Amendments in the Case Study of Colombia: An Analysis of the Justification and Meaning of the Constitutional Replacement Doctrine", International Journal of Constitutional Law (11) 2013, 339-357.[Eng]
  • "The Drama of Law as a Collective Play", This Century (2) 2013, 8-15. [Eng]
  • Spanish translation forthcoming in Podium (UEES, Guayaquil, Ecudor), 2013.
  • "In Search of the Ontological Structure of Law", Analisi e Diritto, 2012. [Eng]
  • Spanish translation by Gonzalo Villa, in: Revista de Derecho del Estado (30) 2013, 31-54.
  • "Is Tort Law a Practice of Corrective Justice?", Diritto e Questione Pubbliche (12) 2012, 1-23 (*) [Eng]

Andrew Burke

Andrew Burke, 'Threatened Species, Endangered Justice: How additional maximum penalties for harming threatened species have failed in practice' (2016) 33 Environmental Planning and Law Journal 451.

Dr Shireen Daft

Books

Shireen Daft, Human Security Discourse and International Law: A Principled Approach (Routledge, 2017) (forthcoming)

Refereed Journal Articles

‘Integrating Responses to Violators of Human Rights and Corporate Accomplices: A Role for the Security Council?’ (2012) 10:2 New Zealand Journal of Public and International Law 193-225.

Dr Kirsten Davies

  • Kirsten Davies et al, ‘The Declaration on Human Rights and Climate Change: a new legal tool for global policy change’ (2017) 8(2) Journal of Human Rights and the Environment 217-253.
  • Govind P., Davies K., Riddell T., Lee R., 2017, Seeds of Change: Applying Transformative Learning and Thinking in Relation to Students Responding to Climate Change Challenges, Handbook of Lifelong Learning for Sustainable Development, pp.359-376, World Sustainability Series, Editors: Leal Filho, Walter, Mifsud, Mark, Pace, Paul (Eds.), Springer , DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-63534-7_23, http://www.springer.com/us/book/9783319635330
  • Davies, K., 2016, “Changing Tides- a South Pacific Study”, Journal of South Pacific Law, 2016 Ordinary Edition, ISSN 1684-5307, pp 147-159, https://www.usp.ac.fj/fileadmin/random_images/home_middle_banners/emalus/JSPL/2016/Marine_Paper__Climate_Change__marine_ecosystem_and_Customary_Law_.pdf
  • Davies, K., Tabucanon, G. Box, P., 2016 “ Children, Climate Change, and the Intergenerational Right to a Viable Future,” Chpt 20. In N. Ansell et al. (eds.), Geographies of Global Issues: Change and Threat, Geographies of Children and Young People 8, DOI 10.1007/978-981-4585-95-8_7-1
  • Davies, K., 2015 “Ancient and New Legal Landscapes: Customary Law and Climate Change, A Vanuatu Case Study” 18, Asia Pacific Journal of Environmental Law 43. ISSN 1385–2140
  • Davies, K., 2015 “Kastom, Climate Change and Intergenerational Democracy: experiences from Vanuatu” (pp 49-66), "Managing Climate Change in the Asia-Pacific Region", Climate Change Management Series, Springer International Publishing, ISSN 1610-2010 ISSN 1610-2002 (electronic), ISBN 978-3-319-14937-0 ISBN 978-3-319-14938-7 (eBook), DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-14938-7
  • Davies, K., Blik, E., 2015, “Green Fever, EcoCycle and Sustainability in Action” (pp. 103- 118) “Transformative Approaches to Sustainable Development at Universities”, World Sustainability Series, Springer International Publishing, ISBN 978-3-319-08836-5, DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-08837-2_8
  • Davies, K., C. Doolan, R. van den Honert, and R. Shi, 2014, “Water-saving impacts of Smart Meter technology: An empirical 5 year, whole-of-community study in Sydney, Australia”, Water Resour. Res., 50, DOI:10.1002/2014WR015812
  • Davies, K. Intergenerational Democracy: Rethinking Sustainable Development. Illinois: Common Ground Publishing, 2012

Dr Peter Davies

  • Cheung G, Davies P J. (2017) In the transformation of energy systems: What is holding Australia Back? Energy Policy 109, 96-108
  • Ali A, Strezov V, Davies P, Wright I. (2017) Environmental impact of coal mining and coal seam gas production on surface water quality in the Sydney basin, Australia. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 189 (8) 408-423
  • Ali A, Strezov V, Davies P, Wright I, Kan T. (2017) Impact of coal mining on river sediment quality in the Sydney Basin, Australia. International Journal of Environmental, Chemical, Ecological, Geological and Geophysical Engineering 11(4), 237-242
  • Wright I A, Belmer N, Davies P J. (2017) Coal Mine Water Pollution and Ecological Impairment of One of Australia’s Most ‘Protected’ High Conservation-Value Rivers. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 228(3) DOI: 10.1007/s11270-017-3278-8
  • Cheung G, Davies P J, Truck S. (2016) Financing alternative energy projects: An examination of challenges and opportunities for local government. Energy Policy 97, 354-364
  • Evans, W A., Davies P J., McRae C. (2016) The occurrence of methyl, ethyl, propyl, and butyl parabens in the urban rivers and stormwaters of Sydney, Australia. Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology, 2016, 2, 733 – 742 (DOI: 10.1039/C5EW00240K)
  • Davies, P.J. and Bennett, G. (2016) Planning, provision and perpetuity of deathscapes - past and future trends and the impact for city planners. Land Use Policy, 42, 450-459 (DOI:10.1016/j.landusepol.2016.03.029)
  • Taylor, M.P., Kristensen, L.J., Davies, P.J., Csavina, J., Mackay, A.K., Munksgaard, N.C., Hudson-Edwards, K.A. (accepted 4th April 2015) Omissions about the sources of contaminant emissions and depositions - A reply to Wilson. I. 2015. Comments on Licensed to pollute not to poison: The ineffectiveness of regulatory authorities at protecting public health from atmospheric arsenic, lead and other contaminants resulting from mining and smelting operations. Aeolian Research, 14, 35-52
  • Davies, PJ, Gore D B, Khan S J. (2015) Managing produced water from coal seam gas projects: implications for an emerging industry in Australia. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 22(14), 10981-11000
  • Davies PJ, Wright I A. (2014) A review of policy, legal, land use and social change in the management of urban water resources in Sydney, Australia: a brief reflection of challenges and lessons from the last 200 years. Land Use Policy (36), 450-460
  • Tippler C, Wright I A, Davies P J, Hanlon A. (2014) The influence of concrete on the geochemical qualities of urban streams. Marine and Freshwater Research, 64(11) 1009-1017
  • Ruming K, Davies PJ. (2014) To what extent “an entirely new approach to how planning is done”? Tracing planning system reform in New South Wales. Australian Planner 51(2), 122-131
  • Taylor, MP, Davies PJ Csavina JL, Kristensen LJ (2014) Licensed to pollute but not to poison: the ineffectiveness of regulatory authorities at protecting public health from mining and smelting emissions. Aeolian Research 14, 35-52.
  • Ives CD, Taylor MP, Davies PJ (2013) A setback for river and riparian ecosystems: A response to the New South Wales Office of Water 2012 policy on riparian corridors. Environmental Planning and Law Journal, 30, 122.
  • Davies PJ, Ives CD, Taylor MP & Findlay SJ (2012) Does science contribute adequately to the decision-making frameworks used to protect urban rivers and riparian systems?  In Grove, J.R. and Rutherford, I.D (eds.) Proceedings of the 6th Australian Stream management Conference,  Managing for Extremes, 6-8 February 2012, Canberra. pp. 549-557.
  • Findlay SJ, Jonasson OJ, Davies PJ, Taylor MP & Gore DG (2012) Extracting base flow to substitute for potable water use – how much is too much for urban stream health? in Grove, J.R. and Rutherford, I.D (eds.) Proceedings of the 6th Australian Stream management Conference, Managing for Extremes , 6-8  February 2012, Canberra. pp. 68-75.
  • Greene, GR, Begg G & Davies, PJ (2012) Climate change impact assessment – the Sydney Catchment Authority’s approach. Proceedings of the Australian Water Association OZwater 2012 Conference 8-10 May 2012, Sydney.

Paul Govind

Refereed Journal Articles and Book Chapters

  • with Robert Verchick (2015) "Climate change and disaster law at the international level: A perspective from the Global South" Shawkat Alam and Carmen Gonzalez (eds) (Cambridge University Press).
  • "Enhancing funding for disaster risk reduction through stronger linkages with climate change adaptation finance" in Michael Kelly and Anastasia Telesetsky (eds), International Law Disaster Relief (Cambridge University Press, 2014), 67 - 86.
  • "A re-orientation of climate justice - capability justice and climate change adaptation" (2012) 6 Irish Yearbook of International Law, 9 - 23.
  • "International environmental institutions' in Shawkat Alam, Erika Techera (eds), Routledge Handbook of International Environmental Law (Routledge, 2012) 101 - 122.
  • "The Durban Platform for Enhanced Action - prospects for delivering distributive justice through the operation of the Green Climate Fund" (2012) 15(3) Ethics, Policy and Environment, 293 – 297

Muhhammad Rafiqul Islam

Books

  • International LawCurrent Concepts and Future Direction, LexisNexis Australia, January 2014, pp xxxvii + 784.
  • (edited) An Introduction to International Refugee Law, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Leiden/Boston, 2013 (edited by: Rafiqul Islam and Jahid Hossain Bhuiyan), pp xvii ­+ 429.
  • International Law: Current Concepts, New Issues, and Future Direction – a sole-authored book to be published by LexisNexis Australia, December 2013.
  • An Introduction to International Refugee Law, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Leiden/Boston, 2013 (edited by: Rafiqul Islam and Jahid Hossain Bhuiyan), pp xviii ­+ 429.

Book Chapters

  • "The Judiciary of Bangladesh: Its Independence, Accountability and Integrity" - a refereed book chapter in book entitled: Asia-Pacific Judiciaries: Independence, Impartiality, and Integrity, edited by Professor Hoong Phun Lee to be published by Cambridge University Press in early 2016.
  • "History of the North-South Divide in International Law: Colonial Discourses, Sovereignty, and Self-Determination" - a refereed book chapter in a book entitled: International Environmental Law and the Global South: Comparative Perspectives, edited by Shawkat Alam et al to be published by Cambridge University Press in 2015, chapter 2 (forthcoming).
  • "International Crimes Trial in Bangladesh: Prosecutorial Strategies, Defence Arguments, and Judgments"- a refereed book chapter in a book entitled: Trials for International Crimes in Asia edited by Kristen Sellars to be published by Cambridge University Press, UK, in 2015, chapter 14 (forthcoming).
  • "National Trial of International Crimes in Bangladesh: Its Significance in International Criminal Law" in Mofidul Haque and Umme Wara (eds), From Genocide to Justice: National and International Perspective, Centre for the Study of Genocide and Justice, Liberation War Museum, Bangladesh, December 2014, pp 51-70.
  • "Adoption of the International Crimes (Tribunals) Act 1973: Its History and Application, Non-retroactivity and Amendments" in Mofidul Haque and Umme Wara (eds), From Genocide to Justice: National and International Perspective, Centre for the Study of Genocide and Justice, Liberation War Museum, Bangladesh, December 2014, pp 71-92.
  • The WTO Dispute Settlement System: Its Underlying Motivating Factors for Adjudication” (a book chapter 15 (Part 3) to be published in Litigating International Disputes: Weighing Options, Cambridge University Press (forthcoming in 2013).
  • “International Legal Protection for Refugees: Articulating Challenges and Options’ in M R Islam and J Bhuiyan (eds), An Introduction to International Refugee Law, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Leiden/Boston, 2013, pp. 1-11.
  • “The Origin and Evolution of International Refugee Law” in M R Islam and J Bhuiyan (eds), An Introduction to International Refugee Law, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Leiden/Boston, 2013, pp. 13-36.
  • “Climate Refugees and International Refugee Law” in M R Islam and J Bhuiyan (eds), An Introduction to International Refugee Law, Martinus Nijhoff Publisher, Leiden/Boston, 2013, pp. 215-243.
  • “Human Rights of a Critically Disadvantaged Group: The Status of Indigenous Peoples in International Law” in Dr. Mizanur Rahman and Dr Rahmat Ullah (eds), Human Rights and Critically Disadvantaged Groups, Empowerment Through Law of the Common People (ELCOP), Dhaka, Bangladesh, 2012, pp. 1-26.

Refereed Articles

  • “Integrating Trade in Education Services between Australia and India: Complementarities and Challenges” (2012) 11:2 Journal of International Trade Law and Policy (England) 133-147 (co-author).

Dr Aline Jaeckel

Books

  • Aline Jaeckel, The International Seabed Authority and the Precautionary Principle: Balancing Deep Seabed Mineral Mining and Marine Environmental Protection (Brill, 2017)

Journal Articles

Book Chapters

  • Pradeep Singh and Aline Jaeckel, ‘The Future of Ocean Governance’, in Markus Salomon and Till Markus (eds), Handbook on Marine Environment Protection (Springer, in press, forthcoming Nov 2017)
  • Aline Jaeckel and Tim Stephens, ‘Sustainable Development Principles in the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea’, in Marie-Claire Cordonier Segger with H.E. Judge C.G. Weeramantry (eds), Sustainable Development Principles in the Decisions of International Courts and Tribunals 1992-2012 339-354 (Routledge, 2017)
  • Aline Jaeckel and Rosemary Rayfuse, ‘Conceptions of Risk in an Institutional Context: Deep Seabed Mining and the International Seabed Authority’, in Monika Ambrus, Rosemary Rayfuse, and Wouter Werner (eds), Risk and the Regulation of Uncertainty in International Law 161-176 (Oxford University Press, 2017)
  • Aline Jaeckel, 'Article 166 - The Secretariat', in Alexander Proelss (ed.), United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea: Commentary (C.H, Beck/Hart/Nomos, 2017)
  • Aline Jaeckel, 'Article 167 - The Staff of the Authority', in Alexander Proelss (ed.), United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea: Commentary (C.H, Beck/Hart/Nomos, 2017)
  • Aline Jaeckel, 'Article 168 - International Character of the Secretariat', in Alexander Proelss (ed.), United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea: Commentary (C.H, Beck/Hart/Nomos, 2017)
  • Aline Jaeckel, 'Article 169 - Consultation and cooperation with international and non-governmental organizations', in Alexander Proelss (ed.), United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea: Commentary (C.H, Beck/Hart/Nomos, 2017)

Other Publications

Submissions

  • Submission on the ‘Working draft – Exploitation regulations (ISBA/Cons/2016/1)’ to the International Seabed Authority by the Deep Ocean Stewardship Initiative (contributors: Verena Tunnicliffe, Jeff Ardron, Rachel Boschen, Aline Jaeckel, Lisa Levin, Craig Smith, Alison Swaddling, Cindy van Dover) (Oct 2016)

Natalie Klein

  • Techera E J, Klein N, International Law of SharksObstacles, Options and Opportunities (Brill, 2017) pp. 1-273.
  • Burmester H, Klein N, Miles K, ‘International Dispute Settlement’ in Donald R Rothwell and Emily Crawford (eds), International Law in Australia (Thomson Reuters, 3rd ed, 2017) ISBN: 9780455228310 [new chapter for Third Edition], pp. 561-587.
  • Klein N, ‘The Vicissitudes of Dispute Settlement under the Law of the Sea Convention’ (2017) 32 International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law 332-363.
  • Klein N, Agora Contribution, Rocks and Islands after theSouth China Sea Arbitration (2016) 34 Australian Year Book of International Law 21.
  • Klein N, ‘Expansions and Restrictions in the UNCLOS Dispute Settlement Regime: Lessons from Recent Decisions’ (2016) 15 Chinese Journal of International Law 403-415.
  • Klein N, 'A Maritime Security Framework for the Legal Dimensions of Irregular Migration by Sea' in Efthymios Papastavridis & Violeta Moreno-Lax, 'Boat Refugees' and Migrants at Sea, (Leiden: Brill, 2016) ISBN: 13-9789004300743.
  • Klein N, 'Maritime Security' in Donald R Rothwell, Alex Oude Elferink, Karen Scott, Tim Stephens (eds), Oxford Handbook on the Law of the Sea, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015) ISBN: 9780198715481, pp. 582-603.
  • Klein N, ‘The Existing Global Legal Regimes’ in Techera, E, Klein, N (eds), Sharks: Conservation, Governance and Management (Oxford: Routledge Earthscan, 2014) ISBN: 978-0415844765, pp 27-45.
  • Techera E, Klein N (eds), Sharks: Conservation, Governance and Management (Oxford: Routledge Earthscan, 2014) ISBN: 978-0415844765, pp 1-331.
  • Klein N, Techera E, ‘Synergies, Solutions and The Way Forward’ in Techera E, Klein N (eds), Sharks: Conservation, Governance and Management (Oxford: Routledge Earthscan, 2014) ISBN: 978-0415844765, pp 309-323.
  • Klein N, ‘Maritime Space’ in James C. Sperling (ed) Handbook of Governance and Security (Cambridge: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2014) ISBN: 978 1 78195 316 7, pp. 388-407.
  • Klein N, ‘Dispute Settlement Options for the Protection of Nationals Abroad’ in Klein, N (ed), Litigating International Law Disputes: Weighing the Options, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014) ISBN-13: 9781107017061, pp. 436-459.
  • Klein N, ‘Who Litigates and Why’ in Romano C, Shany Y, Alter K (eds), Oxford Handbook on International Adjudication (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014) ISBN: 9780199660681, pp. 569-593.
  • Klein N & Stephens T, ‘Enforcing Rights in Areas beyond National Jurisdiction through International Litigation’ (with Stephens responsible for 50%) in Clive Schofield, Seokwoo Lee, and Moon-Sang Kwon (eds), The Limits of Maritime Jurisdiction (Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff, 2014) ISBN: 9789004262584, pp. 25-548.
  • Klein N, 'The Effectiveness of the UNCLOS Dispute Settlement Regime: Reaching for the Stars?', (2014) 108 Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law 359-364.

Media Articles

  • Klein N, ‘Can International Litigation Solve the India-Sri Lanka Fishing Dispute?’, The Diplomat, July 2017,http://thediplomat.com/2017/07/can-international-litigation-solve-the-india-sri-lanka-fishing-dispute/, reprinted in The Daily Mirror (Sri Lanka), 18 July 2017,http://www.dailymirror.lk/article/Can-international-litigation-solve-India-Sri-Lanka-fishing-dispute--132992.html and reprinted in The Daily News (Sri Lanka), 19 July 2017,http://dailynews.lk/2017/07/19/business/122418/can-international-litigation-solve-india-sri-lanka-fishing-dispute
  • Klein N, Online for ANZSIL Members, ‘Determining when a ‘Rock’ is an ‘Island’: Assessing the Repercussions of Philippines v China’, ANZSIL Perspectives, August 2016
  • Klein, N, Online, ‘Some Lessons from Mauritius v UK forPhilippines v China’, ILA Reporter, April 20, 2015.
  • Klein, N, Editorial, ‘Court up to whale of a job’, The Australian, April 2, 2014.
  • Klein, N, Online, ‘Indonesia incursion report provides more questions than answers on turn-backs’, The Conversation, February 20, 2014.
  • KleinN, Editorial, ‘Indonesia should talk to Haiti not the US about boats policy’ The Canberra Times, February 19, 2014.

Works in progress (either under contract or drafts completed)

Edited Book

  • Klein N, Giorgetti C (eds), Resolving Conflicts of Law: Liber Amicorum Lea Brilmayer (under contract with Brill for publication in 2018).

Book Chapters

  • Klein N, ‘Land and Sea: Two Sovereignty Regimes Still in Search of a Common Paradigm’ in Klein N, Giorgetti C (eds), Resolving Conflicts of Law: Liber Amicorum Lea Brilmayer(under contract with Brill for publication in 2018).
  • Klein N, ‘Provisional Measures and Provisional Arrangements’ in Oude Elferink A., Henriksen T, Busche S (eds) The Case Law on Maritime Boundary Delimitation – Consistency and Predictability or Inconsistencies and Uncertainty (Cambridge University Press, in press).
  • Klein N, ‘Strengthening Flag State Performance’ in Molenaar E.J. & Caddell R (eds) Strengthening International Fisheries Law in an Era of Changing Oceans (part of workshop with the Netherlands Institute for the Law of the Sea; publishers being approached).
  • Klein N, ‘Conciliation between Timor-Leste and Australia: A Harbinger for Dispute Settlement in the Law of the Sea?’ (part of workshop hosted with the Max Planck Institute for Procedural Law Luxembourg entitled Dispute Resolution in the Law of International Watercourses and the Law of the Sea)
  • Klein N, ‘One Belt One Road and Implications for Dispute Settlement under the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea’ (part of symposium entitled China and the Development of International Dispute Settlement in the Context of Belt and Road Initiative; publishers being approached).

Journal Articles

  • Muir L, Klein N, ‘From IPOA Sharks to Sharks MoU under the Convention on Migratory Species: Progress of Clutter in International Environmental Law?’ (2018) International Journal of Wildlife Law and Policy [accepted in May 2017].
  • Ghezelbash D, Moreno-Lax V, Opeskin B, Klein N, ‘Securitization of Search and Rescue at Sea: The Response to Boat Migration in the Mediterranean and Offshore Australia’ [Currently under review at the International and Comparative Law Quarterly; two further articles are being drafted as part of this research project]

Zada Lipman

  • ‘REDD+ and Forest Fires: Implications for the Legal and Policy Forest Fire Management Framework in Indonesia’ (with Laely Nurhidayah and Shawkat Alam) (2017) 34(3) Environmental and Planning Law Journal 251-267.
  • R Lyster, Z Lipman, G Wiffen, N Franklin & L Pearson, Environmental and Planning Law in New South Wales (Federation Press, 4th edition, 2016).
  • ‘Trade in Hazardous Waste’ Ch 12 in International Environmental Law and the Global South, S Alam, S Atapattu, C Gonzalez, J Razzaque (eds) (Cambridge University Press, New York, 2015), 256-276.
  • L Nurhidayah, S Alam & Z Lipman, ‘The Influence of International Law upon ASEAN Approaches in Addressing Transboundary Haze Pollution in Southeast Asia’ (2015) 37(2) Contemporary Southeast Asia 183-210.
  • ‘Regional Environmental Governance: An Evaluation of the ASEAN Legal Framework for Addressing Transboundary Haze Pollution’ (with Laely Nurhidayah and Shawkat Alam) (2014) 15(1) Australian Journal of Asian Law Article 6, 1-17.
  • ‘The E-Waste Dilemma: Are International Measures and Product Stewardship Schemes a Solution?’ (with M Ind) (2014) 31 Environmental and Planning Law Journal 210-222.
  • ‘Environmental Crime and Enforcement in Australia’ (2013) 28(5) Australian Environment Review 580-585.
  • ‘Obligation to Report and Manage Pollution Incidents’ (with M Farrugia) (2013) 17 Local Government Law Journal 18-30.
  • ‘Pollution Control and the Regulation of Chemicals and E-Waste’, Ch 18 in Routledge Handbook of International Environmental Law, eds S Alam, J Bhuiyan, T Chowdhury, E Techera (Routledge, 2012) 313-332.
  • ‘Australian Initiatives to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions’ [2012] 1 Environmental Liability 31-39.

Vijaya Nagarajan

  • Vijaya Nagarajan (ed), Women and Business in the Pacific (in press, Asian Development Bank) 1-340.
  • Vijaya Nagarajan and Archana Parashar, ‘Gender Equality in International Law and Constitutions: Mediating Universal Norms and Local Differences’ in Kim Rubenstein and Katharine Young, The Public Law of Gender: From the Local to the Global (Cambridge University Press, 2016) 170-194.
  • Vijaya Nagarajan, ‘Banks as regulators of corporate governance: The possibilities and challenges’ (2014) 30(1) Law in Context 171-196.
  • Vijaya Nagarajan and Therese Macdermott, ‘Empowering Women through Recognition of Rights to Land: Mechanism to Strengthen Women's Rights in Vanautu’ (2013) 86(3) Pacific Affairs 471-491.
  • Vijaya Nagarajan, ‘The Paradox of Australian Competition Policy: Contextualizing the Coexistence of Economic Efficiency and Public Benefit’ (2013) 36(1) World Competition: Law and Economics Review 133-164.
  • Vijaya Nagarajan and Archana Parashar, ‘Space and Law, Gender and Land: Using CEDAW to Regulate for Women's Rights to Land in Vanuatu’ (2013) 24(1) Law and Critique 87-105.
  • Archana Parashar and Vijaya Nagarajan, ‘My Brother's Keeper: Regulation of the brother-sister relationship in religious personal laws’ (2013) 36(1) South Asia: Journal of South Asia Studies 107-122.

Judith Preston

Book chapters

  • J A Preston and J Smith ‘Heritage conservation’ in Farrier D and Stein P (eds), The Environmental Law Handbook (Thomson Reuters, 6th ed, 2015) 787.
  • J A Preston, ‘Knowledge in Sustainable Resource Management in Australia’ in V Mauerhofer (ed), Legal Aspects of Sustainable Development: Horizontal and Sectorial Policy Issues (Springer, 2016) 565.

Book Review

Journal articles

  • J A Preston, “Will the Australian government’s ‘Engage Early’ guidelines achieve the community protocol standard of ‘protecting the ‘space within? (2016) 31(10) Australian Environment Review 352.
  • J APreston, ‘Ancient wisdom rises to the challenge of biodiversity protection in Australia?’ (2015) 30 Australian Environment Review 31.
  • G J Dwyer and J A Preston, ‘Striving for best practice in environmental governance and justice: Reporting on the inaugural Environmental Democracy Index for Australia’ (2015) 32 Environmental and Planning Law Journal 202.
  • J A Preston, ‘If Mining conflicts suppress the right of public participation, then can mining be sustainable?’ (2014) (1) International Journal of Rural Law and Policy 1.
  • J Preston, ‘Participation from the deep freeze: “Chilling” by SLAPP suits’ (2014) 31 Environmental and Planning Law Journal 47.
  • J A Preston and J Scott, ‘Meeting the climate change challenge in local government decision-making with the use of sustainable climate change adaptation modeling’ (2012) 17 Local Government Law Journal 135.

Unpublished Works

  • J A Preston, “Halting the lapse into irretrievable silence – how Indigenous knowledge is indispensable to best practice environmental decision-making in Australia”.
  • J A Preston “Can clinical education advance the rule of law in an environmental law context? Evaluating the Tree Disputes Helpdesk at the Land and Environment Court of NSW.”

Robert Stokes MP

Refereed Journal Articles

  • R Stokes, “’D’- Constructing the Ideology of Public Participation: “Democracy”, “Devolution”, “Deliberation”, “Dispute Resolution” and a New System for Identifying Public Participation in Planning Law” (2012) 8(2) Macquarie Journal of International and Comparative Environmental Law 1 - 20.
  • R Stokes, "Green Paper unveils new direction for planning law in NSW" (2012) 27(8) Australian Environment Review 248 – 252.

Dr Mark Taylor

Articles in Review

  • Ericson, B., To D.T., Keith J., Cuu, N.T., Havens, D., Daniell, W., Karr, C., Hai, D.N., Tung, L.V., Wilson, B., Hanrahan D., Croteau, G., Taylor, M.P. (submitted 2 August 2017). Improving human health outcomes via a low-cost intervention program to reduce exposures from lead acid battery recycling: Dong Mai, Vietnam. Environmental Research.

  • Ericson, B., Caravanos, J., Depratt, C., Santos, C., Cabral, M.G., Taylor M.P., Fuller, R. (submitted 1 September 2017). Effectiveness of environmental lead risk mitigation in low and middle income countries. GeoHealth.

  • Zhou, X., Tyalor M.P., Davies, P.J., Prasad, S. (submitted 12 August 2017). Identifying sources of environmental contamination in European honey bees (Apis mellifera) using trace elements and lead isotopic compositions. Environmental Science and Technology.

2017

  • Dong, C. and Taylor, M.P. 2017. Applying geochemical signatures of atmospheric dust to distinguish current mine emissions from legacy sources. Atmospheric Environment, 161, 82–89.
  • Harvey, P.J., Rouillon, M., Dong, C., Ettler, V., Handley, H.K., Taylor, M.P., Tyson, E., Tennant, P., Telfer, V., Trinh, R. 2017. Geochemical sources, forms and phases of soil contamination in an industrial city. Science of the Total Environment, 584–585, 505–514.
  • Harvey, P.J., Taylor, M.P., Handley, H.K., Foster, S., Gillings, M.R., Asher, A.J. 2017. Chemical, biological, and DNA markers for tracing slaughterhouse effluent. Environmental Research, 156, 534–541.
  • Isley, C.F., Nelson, P.F., Taylor, M.P., Mani, F.S., Maata, M., A. Atanacio, A., Stelcer, E., Cohen, D.D. 2017. PM2.5 and aerosol black carbon in Suva, Fiji. Atmospheric Environment, 150, 55–66.
  • Isley, C., Nelson P., Taylor, M.P., Mazaheri, M., Morawaska, L. (in press 2017). Airborne ultrafine particles in a Pacific Island Country: characteristics, sources and implication on human exposure. Environmental Pollution.
  • Kristensen, L.J., Taylor, M.P., Flegal, A.R. 2017. Invited Review. An odyssey of environmental pollution: the rise, fall and remobilisation of industrial lead in Australia. Applied Geochemistry. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0883292717301300.
  • Laidlaw, M.A.S., Mohammad, S.M., Gulson, B.L., Taylor, M.P., Kristensen, L.J., Birch, G. 2017. Estimates of potential childhood lead exposure from contaminated soil using the US EPA IEUBK Model in Sydney, Australia. Environmental Research, 156, 781–790.
  • Rouillon, M., Harvey, P.J., Kristensen, L.J., George, S.G., Taylor, M.P. 2017. Invited paper. VegeSafe: a community science program measuring soil-metal contamination, evaluating risk and providing advice for safe gardening. Environmental Pollution, 222, 557–566.
  • Rouillon, M., Taylor, M.P., Dong, C. (in press – accepted 7 June 2017). Reducing risk and increasing confidence of decision making at a lower cost: In-situ pXRF assessment of metal-contaminated sites. Environmental Pollution.
  • Wu, L., Taylor, M.P., Handley, H.K. 2017. Remobilisation of industrial lead depositions in ash during Australian wildfires. Science of the Total Environment, 599–600, 1233–1240.

2016

  • Ericson, B., Landrigan, P., Taylor, M.P., Frostad, J., Caravanos, J., Keith, J., Fuller, R. 2016. The Global Burden of Lead Toxicity Attributable to Informal Used Lead-Acid Battery (ULAB) Sites. Annals of Global Health, 82(5), 686–699.
  • Harvey, P.J., Handley, H., Taylor M.P. 2016. Widespread copper and lead contamination of household drinking water, New South Wales, Australia. Environmental Research, 151, 275–285.
  • Harvey, P.J., Taylor, M.P., Grant-Vest, S., Kristensen, L.J., Rouillon, M., Wu, L., Handley, H.K. 2016. Evaluation and Assessment of the efficacy of an abatement strategy in a former lead smelter community, Boolaroo, Australia. Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 38(4), 941–954.
  • Isley, C.F., Nelson, P.F., Taylor, M.P. 2016. Managing air quality in Suva, Fiji. European Journal of Sustainable Development, 5(4), 242–254.
  • Kristensen, L.J., Taylor, M.P., Evans, A.J. 2016. Reply to Gulson’s comments on: Tracing changes in atmospheric sources of lead contamination using lead isotopic compositions in Australian red wine. Chemosphere, 165, 579–584.
  • Kristensen, L.J., Taylor, M.P., Evans, A.J. 2016. Tracing changes in atmospheric sources of lead contamination using lead isotopic compositions in red wine. Chemosphere, 154, 40–47.
  • Kristensen, L.J., Taylor, M.P. 2016. Unravelling a ‘miner’s myth’ that environmental contamination in mining towns is naturally occurring. Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 38(4), 1015–1027.
  • Rouillon, M., Taylor, M.P. 2016. Can field portable X-ray fluorescence (pXRF) produce high quality data for application in environmental contamination research? Environmental Pollution, 214, 255–264.
  • Taylor, M.P., Forbes, M., Opeskin, B., Parr, N., Lanphear, B.P. 2016. The relationship between atmospheric lead emissions and aggressive crime: an ecological study. Environmental Health, 15:23, DOI: 10.1186/s12940-016-0122-3.
  • Wu, L., Taylor, M.P., Handley, H., Gulson, B.L. 2016. Insights into past atmospheric lead emissions using lead concentrations and isotope compositions in historic lichens and fungi (1852-2008) from central and southern Victoria, Australia. Atmospheric Environment, 139, 46–55.
  • Wu, L., Taylor, M.P., Handley, H., Wu, M. 2016. Reconstruction of Australian historic atmospheric depositions using lead isotopic compositions of archival lichen and fungi. Environmental Pollution, 208, 678–687.
  • Youn, J.S., Csavina, J., Rine, K., Shingler, T., Taylor, M.P., Sáez, A.E., Betterton, E., Sorooshian, A. 2016. Hygroscopic Properties and Respiratory System Deposition Behavior of Particulate Matter Emitted By Mining and Smelting Operations. Environmental Science & Technology, 50(21), 11706–11713.

2015

  • Dong, C., Taylor, M.P., Kristensen, L.J., Zahran, S. 2015. Environmental contamination in an Australian mining community and potential influences on early childhood health and behavioural outcomes. Environmental Pollution, 207, 345–356.
  • Forbes, M. and Taylor, M.P. 2015. A Review of Leadership on Environmental Lead Exposure and Management in Queensland. Reviews on Environmental Health, 30 (3), 183–189.
  • Gordon Research Conference, Atmospheric Chemistry Meeting, August 2015. New Hampshire, USA – Keynote address: Atmospheric Pollutants: Unnatural Sources and Impacts on Human Health.
  • Hart, B.T., Taylor, M., Iles, M. Kyle, G. and Sinclair, G. 2015. Resolving long-term issues related to surface water management and monitoring associated with the Ranger Uranium Mine, Northern Territory, Australia. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 22(4), 417–431.
  • Harvey, P.J., Taylor, M.P., Handley, H. 2015. Identification of the sources of metal (lead) contamination in drinking waters using lead isotopic compositions. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 22(16), 12276–12288.
  • Harvey, P.J., Taylor, M.P., Handley, H. 2015. Widespread Environmental Contamination Hazards in Agricultural Soils from the Use of Lead Joints in Above Ground Large-Scale Water Supply Pipeline. Water, Air, & Soil Pollution, 226: 178, 1–9, DOI: 10.1007/s11270-015-2397-3.
  • Kristensen, L.J., Taylor, M.P., Morrison, A.L. 2015. Lead and zinc dust depositions from ore trains characterised using lead isotopic compositions. Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts, 17, 631–637.
  • Taylor, M.P. 2015. Atmospherically deposited trace metals from bulk mineral concentrate port operations. Science of the Total Environment, 515–516, 143–152.
  • Taylor, M.P., Mackay, A.K., Munksgaard, N.C., and Hudson-Edwards, K.A. 2015. Comments on manuscript - Zheng, J., Huynh, T., Gasparon, M., Ng, J. and Noller, B., 2013. Human health risk assessment of lead from mining activities at semi-arid locations in the context of total lead exposure. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 20, 8404–8416.
  • Taylor, M.P., Zahran, S., Kristensen, L.J., Rouillon, M. 2015. Evaluating the efficacy of playground washing to reduce environmental metal exposures. Environmental Pollution, 202, 112–119.
  • Taylor, M.P., Kristensen, L.J., Davies, P.J., Csavina, J., Mackay, A.K., Munksgaard, N.C., Hudson-Edwards, K.A. 2015. Omissions about the sources of contaminant emissions and depositions - A reply to Wilson. I. 2015. Comments on Licensed to pollute not to poison: The ineffectiveness of regulatory authorities at protecting public health from atmospheric arsenic, lead and other contaminants resulting from mining and smelting operations. Aeolian Research, 17, 205–213.

2014

  • Csavina, J., Taylor, M.P., Felix, O., Rine, K.P., Saez, A.E., Betterton, E.A. 2014. Size-resolved aerosol contaminants associated with copper and lead smelting emissions: Implications for emissions management and human health. Science of the Total Environment, 493, 750-756.
  • Gore, D.B., Taylor M.P., Pritchard, R.G., Fryirs, K.A., 2014. On-site teaching with XRF and XRD: training the next generation of industry professionals. Powder Diffraction, 29(S1), S8-S14. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0885715614000876.
  • Kristensen, L.J., Taylor M.P., Odigie, K., Hibdon, S.A., Flegal, A.R. 2014. Lead isotopic compositions of ask sourced from Australian bushfires. Environmental Pollution, 190, 159-165.
  • Laidlaw, M.A.S., Zahran, S., Pingatore, N., Clague, J., Devlin, G., Taylor M.P. 2014. Identifying and fingerprinting temporal lead sources in domestic homes. Environmental Pollution, 184, 238-246.
  • Laidlaw, M.A.S., Zahran S., Pingatore N., Clague, J., Devlin, G., Taylor M.P. 2014. Reply to comments on “Identification of lead sources in residential environments: Sydney Australia” by Laidlaw et al. (2014). Environmental Pollution, 192, 216-219.
  • Outlon, L.J., Taylor M.P., Hose, G.C., Brown, C. 2014. Sublethal toxicity of untreated and treated stormwater Zn concentrations on the foraging behaviour of Paratya australiensis (Decapoda: Atyidae). Ecotoxicology. 23, 1022-1029.
  • Taylor, M.P., and Isley, C. 2014. Measuring, monitoring and reporting but not intervening: Air Quality in Australian Mining and Smelting Areas. Air Quality and Climate Change Journal, 48 (2), 35-42.
  • Taylor, M.P., Mould, S., Kristensen, L.J., Rouillon, M. 2014. Environmental arsenic, cadmium and lead dust emissions from metal mine operations: implications for environmental management, monitoring and human health. Environment Research, 135, 296-303.
  • Taylor, M.P., Winder, C., Lanphear, B.P. 2014. Australia’s leading public health body delays action on the revision of the public health goal for blood lead exposures. Environmental International, 70, 113-117.

2013

  • Chin, A., Fu, R., Harbor, J., Taylor, M.P., Vanacker, V. 2013. Editorial – Anthropocene: Human interactions with earth systems. Anthropocene, 1, 1-2.
  • Dwyer, G.J. and Taylor, M.P. 2013. Moving from consideration to application: The uptake of principles of ecological sustainable development in environmental decision-making in New South Wales. Environmental Planning and Law Journal, 30, 185-219.
  • Ives, C.D., Taylor, M.P., Hose, G., Nipperess, D. 2013. Effect of catchment urbanisation on ant diversity in remnant riparian corridors. Landscape and Urban Planning, 110(1), 155-163.
  • Ives, C.D., Taylor, M.P., Davies, P.J. 2013. A setback for river and riparian ecosystems: A response to the NSW Office of Water 2012 policy on riparian corridors. Environmental Planning and Law Journal, 30, 121-131.
  • Mackay A.K. and Taylor, M.P. 2013. Floodwater metal contaminants in an Australian dryland river: A baseline for assessing change downstream of a major lead-zinc-silver and copper mine. Journal of Environmental Quality, 42(2), 474-483.
  • Mackay, A.K., Taylor, M.P., Munksgaard, N.C., Hudson-Edwards, K.A., Burn-Nunes, L. 2013. Identification of environmental lead sources, pathways and forms in a mining and smelting town: Mount Isa, Australia. Environmental Pollution, 180, 304-311.
  • Rouillon, M., Gore, D.B., Taylor, M.P. 2013. The nature and distribution of Cu, Zn, Hg, and Pb in urban soils of a regional city: Lithgow, Australia, Applied Geochemistry, 36, 83–91.
  • Taylor, M.P., Camenzuli, D., Kristensen, L.J., Forbes, M., Zahran, S. 2013. Environmental lead exposure risks associated with children’s outdoor playgrounds. Environmental Pollution, 178, 447-454.
  • Taylor, M.P., Lanphear, B.P. and Winder, C. 2013. Eliminating childhood lead toxicity in Australia: a call to lower the intervention level (Letter). Medical Journal of Australia, 199(5): 323-324.
  • Taylor, M.P. and Little, J.A. 2013. Environmental impact of a major copper mine spill on a river and floodplain system. Anthropocene, 3, 36-50.
  • Zahran, S., Laidlaw, M.A.S., McElmurry, S.P., Filippelli, G.M., Taylor, M.P. 2013. Linking source and effect: re-suspended soil lead, air lead and children’s blood lead levels in Detroit, Michigan. Environmental Science and Technology, 47(6), 2839–2845.
  • Zahran, S., Mielke, H.W., McElmurry, S.P., Filippelli, G.M., Laidlaw, M.A.S., Taylor, M.P. 2013. Determining the relative importance of soil sample locations to predict risk of child lead exposure. Environment International, 60, 7–14.

2012

  • Csavina, J., Field, J., Taylor, M.P., Gao, S., Landázuri, A., Betterton, E.A., Sáez, A.E. 2012. A Review on the Importance of Metals and Metalloids in Atmospheric Dust and Aerosol from Mining Operations. Science of the Total Environment, 433, 58-73.
  • Kristensen, L.J. and Taylor, M.P. 2012. Fields and Forests in Flames: Lead and Mercury Emissions from Wildfire Pyrogenic Activity. Environmental Health Perspectives, 120:a56-a57.
  • Laidlaw, M.A.S., Zahran, S., Mielke, H., Taylor, M.P., Filippelli, G. 2012. Re-suspension of lead contaminated urban soil as a dominant source of atmospheric lead in Birmingham, Chicago, Detroit and Pittsburgh, USA. Atmospheric Environment, 49, 302-310.
  • Mackay, A.K. and Taylor, M.P. 2012. Event-based water quality sampling method for application in remote rivers. River Research and Applications. 28 (8), 1105-1112.
  • Taylor, M.P., Winder, C., Lanphear, B.P. 2012. Eliminating Childhood Lead Toxicity in Australia: A call to lower the intervention level. Medical Journal of Australia, 197 (9), 493.

Book Chapters/Major Reports

  • Martin, R., Gilligan A., James, M., Dalton, C., Chapman, D., Taylor, M.P., Cattle, S., Nyland, G. 2016. Lead Expert Working Group Report on Managing Residual Lead Contamination in North Lake Macquarie. Report prepared for the NSW Environment Protection Authority, pp. 118. Available at: http://www.epa.nsw.gov.au/resources/Lead/lead-expert-working-group-report.pdf (accessed 6 June 2017).
  • Sullivan, M. and Taylor M.P. 2016. Tracking Down and Using Grey Literature. In: Lee, K. Hawkin, B. (eds) Researching Corporations and Global Health Governance – An Interdisciplinary Guide. Rowman & Littlefield, London, pp. 241-251.
  • Taylor, M.P. and Cosenza, I. 2016. Review of the New South Wales Environment Protection Authority’s (NSW EPA) Management of Contaminated Site. Final Report, pp. 258. Available at: http://www.epa.nsw.gov.au/MediaInformation/taylor-report-williamtown.htm (accessed 19 May 2016).
  • Taylor, M.P.and Cosenza, I. 2016. Stage Two of Review of the NewSouth Wales Environment Protection Authority’s (NSW EPA) Management of Contaminated Sites —the NSW EPA’s past and future management of PFOS/PFOA, pp. 90. Available at: http://www.epa.nsw.gov.au/MediaInformation/taylor-report-williamtown.htm (accessed 6 June 2016).
  • Taylor, M.P and Cosenza, I. 2015. Stage One of Review of the NSW Environment Protection Authority’s (EPA) Management of Contaminated Sites. Report for the NSW Minister for the Environment, pp. 28. Available at: http://www.epa.nsw.gov.au/MediaInformation/taylor-report-williamtown.htm (accessed 6 June 2016).
  • Taylor, M.P.and George, S.G. 2016. Examples of Failures to Regulate Mining and Smelting Emissions and Their Consequent Effects on Human Health Outcomes. In: Kenworthy, N., MacKenzie, R., Lee, K. (eds), Case Studies on Corporations and Global Health Governance, Rowman & Littlefield, London, pp. 53-70.
  • Taylor, M.P.and Mould, S. 2014. A review of EPA Licence No. 3844, Summertime Chicken Pty Ltd, 26-28 Crosslands Road, Galston, NSW 2159, pp. 11. Pro bono report for NSW EPA, August 20th 2014.
  • Taylor, M.P., Mould, S., Kristensen, L. 2014. Metal contamination in Broken Hill playgrounds. Macquarie University, pp. 18. Pro Bono report for Broken Hill Council and NSW EPA, January 14th 2014.
  • Hart, B.T. and Taylor, M.P. (eds) 2013a. Review of the surface water management and monitoring associated with the Ranger Uranium Mine, Northern Territory, Australia, Volume 1 - Main Report, Report of the Independent Surface Water Working Group, Energy Resources of Australia Ltd, Darwin, January 2013, pp. 40.
  • Hart, B.T. and Taylor, M.P.(eds) 2013b. Review of the surface water management and monitoring associated with the Ranger Uranium Mine, Northern Territory,  Australia, Volume 2 – Consultant Reports, Report of the Independent Surface Water Working Group, Energy Resources of Australia Ltd, Darwin, January 2013, pp. 352.
  • Taylor, M.P. 2013. Independent Surface Water Working Group (ISWWG): A Review of the ISWWG Project Reports. In Hart, B.T. and Taylor, M.P. (eds) 2013c. Review of the surface water management and monitoring associated with the Ranger Uranium Mine, Northern Territory, Australia, Volume 3 –Consultant Reports, Report of the Independent Surface Water Working Group, Energy Resources of Australia Ltd, Darwin, January 2013, pp. 27-34.

George Tomossy

  • George F. Tomossy and Shawkat Alam, 2017, “Shifting Public Procurement towards Sustainability: A Comparative Case Study of Indonesia and Australia” Australian Journal of Asian Law (forthcoming).
  • G.F. Tomossy, Z.J. Bending & P. Maluga. 2017. “Privacy and Metadata: The Hidden Threat to Whistleblowers in Public Health Systems. Ethics, Medicine and Public Health, Vol. 3, 124-134.
  • Shawkat Alam and George F. Tomossy, (2017) "Overcoming the SPS concerns of the Bangladesh fisheries and aquaculture sector: From compliance to engagement", Journal of International Trade Law and Policy, Vol. 16 Issue: 2, pp.70-91.
  • G.F. Tomossy & Z.J. Bending. 2013. Derecho a la salud en Australia. In: Tratado de Derecho a la Salud. Responsabilidad de los Médicos: Tomo III, eds. L Clerico, L. Ronconi & M. Aldao, 3153-3172. Buenos Aires: AbeledoPerrot.

Alexander Zahar

Books and Monographs

  • Alexander Zahar, International Climate Change Law and State Compliance (Routledge Advances in Climate Change Research Monograph Series), Abingdon, UK: Routledge, 2015.
  • Alexander Zahar, Lee Godden, and Jacqueline Peel, Australian Climate Law in Global Context, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2012.

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Alexander Zahar (2015), 'Methodological Issues in Climate Law', 5(1) Climate Law 25-36.
  • Alexander Zahar (2014), 'Mediated versus Cumulative Environmental Damage and the International Law Association's Legal Principles on Climate Change', 4(3-4) Climate Law 217-233.
  • Alexander Zahar and David Freestone (2014), 'Introduction to the Special Issue: The State of Climate Law, 2014', 4(1-2) Climate Law 1-3.
  • Alexander Zahar (2014), 'International Environmental Institutions', in T. Carty, ed., Oxford Bibliographies in International Law, New York: Oxford University Press (14,480 words, online article).

Book Chapters

  • Alexander Zahar (2012), 'The Climate Change Regime', in S. Alam et al., eds, Routledge Handbook of International Environmental Law, Abingdon, UK: Routledge, pp. 349-373.

Associate Members

Zara Bending

  • George Tomossy, Zara Bending and Paul Maluga, ‘Privacy and metadata: the hidden threat to whistle-blowers in public health systems’ (2017) 3(1) Ethics, Medicine and Public Health. 124-134.
  • Zara Bending, ‘Improving Conservation Outcomes: Scientific, Historical and Cultural Dimensions of the Illicit Trade in Rhinoceros Horn’ (2016) Environment and History (forthcoming, available online)
  • Zara Bending ‘An Introduction to Regulating the Illegal Trade in Wildlife: A Case Study on the Illicit Trade in Rhinoceros Horn’ (2015) 2 Australian Journal of Environmental Law 124.
  • Zara Bending, ‘Reconceptualising the Doctor-Patient Relationship: Recognising the Role of Trust in Contemporary Healthcare’ (2015) 12(2) Journal of Bioethical Inquiry 189.
  • George Tomossy and Zara Bending (2013) ‘Derecho a La Salud en Australia’. In Laura Clérico, Liliana Ronconi, Martín Aldao (eds), Tratado De Derecho A La Salud, Vol 3 (Abeledo Perrot: Buenos Aires) 3130.

Guy Dwyer

Journal Articles/Newsletter Contributions

  • Guy Dwyer and Tristan Orgill, 'Living like a Local or Rampant Tourism? Short-Term Holiday Letting in New South Wales and the Regulation of Sharing by Planning Laws' (2017) 22 Local Government Law Journal 3, 3-38.
  • Guy Dwyer, 'Obstacles in developing and implementing biodiversity markets: an overview' (2016) 30 Australian Environment Review 237, 237-242.
  • Guy Dwyer, 'What role should the practice of comity play in the determination of matters in classes 2 and 3 of the Land and Environment Court's jurisdiction?' (2015) 20 Local Government Law Journal 93, 93-106.
  • Guy Dwyer and Judith Preston, 'Striving for best practice in environmental governance and justice: Reporting on the inaugural Environmental Democracy Index for Australia' (2015) 32 Environmental and Planning Law Journal 202, 202-255.
  • Guy Dwyer, 'Comity and consistency: what role should "the two C's" play in determining class 1 development appeals in the Land and Environment Court?' (2015) 20 Local Government Law Journal 3, 3-26.
  • Guy Dwyer, 'Emerging legislative regimes for regulating carbon capture and storage activities in Australia: To what extent do they facilitate access to procedural justice?' (2015) 32 Environmental and Planning Law Journal 3, 3-45.
  • Guy Dwyer, 'The operation and interplay of polycentricity, procedural fairness and expert opinion evidence in the context of environmental dispute resolution' (2014) 17 Australasian Journal of Natural Resources Law and Policy 217, 217-261.
  • Guy Dwyer, 'Distributive justice, ordinary rates and the categorisation of land for rating purposes in New South Wales: An update' (2014) 19 Local Government Law Journal 3, 3-22.
  • Guy Dwyer and Mark Taylor, 'Moving from consideration to application: the uptake of principles of ecologically sustainable development in environmental decision-making in New South Wales' (2013) 30 Environmental and Planning Law Journal 185.

Looseleaf Service Chapters

  • Updating author for the following chapter in the loose-leaf service titled Estate Agents' Practice Manual NSW (produced by Thomson Reuters)
  • 'Land use planning and development control'
  • Updating author for the following chapters in the loose-leaf service titled Planning Law in Australia (produced by Thomson Reuters)
  • 'Commonwealth Environmental Law'
  • 'Commonwealth Heritage Law'
  • 'NSW – Judicial Systems'
  • 'Victoria – Judicial Systems'
  • 'Queensland – Judicial Systems'
  • 'Tasmania – Judicial Systems'
  • 'Western Australia – Judicial Systems'
  • 'Australian Capital Territory – Judicial Systems'

Dr Mostafa M Naser

Book Chapters

  • Afroz, T., Naser, M., (2014), Adaptation to Climate Change in the International Climate Change Regime: Challenges and Responses. Implementing Adaptation Strategies by Legal, Economic and Planning Instruments on Climate Change , 4(20), 1-11, Heidelberg, Springer, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-540-77614-7.
  • Naser, M., (2013), Conceptualising Climate-Induced Displacement in Bangladesh. Protection of Refugees and Displaced Persons in the Asia Pacific Region, 225-243, New York, Routledge.

Journal Articles

  • Naser, M., (2015), Climate Change and Migration: Law and Policy Perspectives in Bangladesh. Asian Journal of Law and Society, 2(1), 35-53, Online, Cambridge University Press and KoGuan Law School, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, DOI: 10.1017/als.2014.7.
  • Naser, M., (2013), Preventing climate-induced displacement in Bangladesh through strengthening adaptation strategies. LAWASIA Journal, n/a(2013), 73-90, University of Queensland.
  • Naser, M., (2013), Climate-induced displacement in Bangladesh: recognition and protection under international law. Nordic Journal of International Law, 82(4), 487-527, Brill, DOI: 10.1163/15718107-08204002.
  • Naser, M., (2012), Climate Change, Environmental Degradation, and Migration: A Complex Nexus. William and Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review, 36(3), 713-768, United States, College of William and Mary.

Conference Publications

  • Naser, M., (2013), Protection of Climate-induced Displacement: Towards a Rights-based Normative Framework. Human Rights Research, 8(19th of November, 2013), 19p., New Zealand, New Zealand Centre for Public Law, Victoria University.

Dr Pradip Royhan

  • Pradip Royhan “Market Access Challenges and Opportunities for Bangladesh Textile and Apparel Products’ LAWASIA Journal (2015) 57-73
  • Pradip Royhan “Bangladesh in the WTO: A Quest for Greater Market Access ” Chittagong University Journal of Law Vol 18, 2014
  • Pradip Royhan, “Environmental Requirements in the WTO: Developmental Challenges of the Least Developed Countries with a particular Reference to Bangladesh”-( 2013) 9 (1) Macquarie Journal of International and Comparative Environmental Law 78-92
  • Pradip Royhan “Market Access Challenges and Opportunities for Bangladesh Pharmaceutical Products under Trade Related Aspect of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS)” Oxford Journal of Intellectual Property Law and Practice (2013) 8 (12): 939-945

HDR Students

Abdullah Al Arif

Principal SupervisorThesis Title
Professor Natalie KleinRegional Cooperation for achieving sustainable  Marine Fisheries in the Bay of Bengal: Striking the right balance between right to fish and conservation of Marine Biodiversity.

Alessandra Guida

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Mr George TomossyEnvironmental and health protection in the global regulation of genetically modified organisms: Articulating improved criteria for evaluating evidence of risks when applying the precautionary principle

Aschara Chinniyompanich

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Dr Kirsten DaviesA Community Rights Act for Thailand

Badiul Alam

Principal SupervisorThesis Title
Professor Shawkat AlamClimate change - Driven migration and the existing international Human rights framework: Dynamics of definitional crisis and a politico- legal implications for Bangladesh

Dewi Widyastuti

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Professor Rafiqul IslamForeign investment regulations in Indonesia: Building a framework of effective laws to regulate foreign investment in publicly used companies

Dora Shipley

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Professor Natalie KleinThe Inter-American Court of Human Rights: Measuring member-state compliance and testing the Court's effectiveness

Harold Baroi

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Associate Professor Carlos Bernal-PulidoThe Right to Information Act: Issues and Challenges of its Implementation in Bangladesh

Hau Nguyen

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Professor Vijaya NagarajanVietnamese Corporate Governance Mechanisms Through Transplanting Australian Corporate Governance

Huda Alqasmi

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Professor Shawkat AlamThe relationship between consumer law and sustainable consumption

Khaled Khwaileh

Principal SupervisorThesis Title
Professor Rafiqul IslamThe International Trading Regime of Jordan: Integrating with the Arab World through Trade Liberalisation

Kirsten Davies

Principal SupervsiorThesis Title
Professor Shawkat AlamEnvironmental law and community adaptation pertaining to the impact of global climate change in Vanuatu and Australia

Lise Barry

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Mr George Tomossy The Capacity Conundrum: How Lawyers assess their client's decision making capacity

Md Imranul Alam

Principal SupervsiorThesis Title
Professor Vijaya NagarajanCorporate Social Responsibility in Australia and the UK: A Comparative Study

Md Jobair Alam

Principal SupervisorThesis Title
Professor Rafiqul IslamThe "Rohingyas": An examination of their status and protection under National and International Laws

Md Abdul Mannan

Principal SupervisorThesis Title
Mr George TomossyReadiness for organisational change: a study on two public sector reform programmes in Bangladesh

Menaka Pradeep

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Professor Rafiqul IslamThe Nexus between Human Rights and the Multilateral Trade under the WTO

Mudhafar Al-Jbori

Principal SupervisorThesis Title
Professor Rafiqul IslamUsing foreign force for changing regime in Iraq, Libya and Syria: Implications on international law, peace and security

Nadira Sultana

Principal SupervisorThesis Title
Professor Vijaya NagarajanA critical exploration of policy and practice pertaining to climate justice, sustainable development and gender mainstreaming: a case study of Bangladesh

Najnin Begum

Principal SupervisorThesis Title
Professor Shawkat AlamAccess to Environmental Information and Public Participation in Environmental Decision-making Process: A Bangladesh Context

Peerapon Jaderojananont

Principal SupervisorThesis Title
Professor Shawkat AlamThe Cooperative Management and Conservation of Transboundary Heritage Sites in the Southeast Asia Region

Prasiddha Pandey

Principal SupervisorThesis Title
Associate Professor Carlos Benal-PulidoA comparative study of the Peace Process in Nepal and Sri Lanka

Rhys Manley

Principal SupervsiorThesis Title
Professor Shawkat AlamLiberalisation of trade in the era of increasing supervision of the financial system: A model for promoting financial stability and inclusion

S M Atia Naznin

Principal SupervisorThesis Title
Professor Shawkat Alam

Violation of Socio-economic Rights and the Retention of National Court’s; Supervisory Jurisdiction: Needs and Challenges of the Developing Countries?

Sheikh Mohammad Towhidul Karim

Principal SupervisorThesis Title
Mr George TomossyImproving Patient Safety Law and Policy in Bangladesh: A Comparative and Analytical Study of Patients Safety Measures with Particular Consideration and Lesson Learning from Australia
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