McGrath C. (2003) Synopsis of the Queensland Environmental Legal System 2nd edition, Environmental Law Publishing, Brisbane.
The environmental legal system is the system of laws that regulate the impact of humans on the environment. This book provides a synopsis of the environmental legal system in Queensland.
This book begins by explaining what is meant by the environmental legal system, and then explains the different branches that make up this system, including:
This leaflet, on the Australian Government's Department of Environment and Water Resources website, explains Marine Debris, and its impact on marine animals; lists species that are most affected; describes actions being taken to minimise its impact; describes the legal situation resulting from Marine Debris being listed as a threatening process under the EPBC act; and give contact details for where to get further information.
The leaflet can be read on line, or downloaded as a PDF file (167 kB).
A guide to species that cannot be taken and must be immediately returned to the wild if accidentally caught. Includes