Month: March 2018

Digital Library V: A Historical past of the Foreshore and the Legislation Relating Thereto (1888)

Within the common-law world, historic and authorized argument are often intertwined, a phenomenon mirrored within the title of this week's addition to the digital library of historic environmental regulation, Stuart A. Moore's A Historical past of the Foreshore and the Legislation Relating Thereto, revealed in London by Stevens & Haynes

Aboriginal water rights

Aboriginal males receive water from mallee root at Yalata in South Australia, 1981(Nationwide Library of Australia) Peter D. Burdon, Georgina Drew, Matthew T. Stubbs, Adam Webster, and Marcus Barber lately posted “Decolonising Indigenous Water ‘Rights’ in Australia: Movement, Distinction and the Limits of Regulation”. The summary: This text addresses Indigenous

LBJ’s environmental laws

A current problem of Federal Historical past has an article by Nancy Germano, “Negotiating for the Setting: LBJ’s Contributions to the Environmental Motion”. From the article: Environmental historian Martin V. Melosi refers back to the Johnson administration as “a transitional power within the evolution from old-style conservation to fashionable environmentalism.” This