Monthly Archives: April 2016

This Is Our Country. Let’s Walk It.

Rights of access to the outdoors are a big deal. To deny access to the outdoors could exclude sections of society from natural heritage and open air recreation, together with all the (difficult to measure) benefits that flow from that. … Continue reading

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The Environmental Implications of Redistributive Land Reform

This is first and foremost a signpost blog, to link to the open access version of an article I recently contributed to the Environmental Law Review. Here is the abstract, which sets out the coverage of my analysis. Ownership of … Continue reading

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