Marine Pollution Laws of the Australasian Region

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Federation Press, 1994 - Environmental law - 334 pages
From the Foreword by The Rt Hon Sir Ninian Stephen AC, GCMG, GCVO, KBE'... a sure legal guide to one great area of concern to all who journey on the sea or care for its waters and its shores ... survey of what State and Territory and national and international law each has to offer by way of protection from pollution of the waters that surround us is as timely as it is comprehensive. The inclusion of the relevant domestic law of New Zealand and of Papua New Guinea reminds us that our neighbour nations with whom we share those waters also share with us the same concerns.'

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Legal Remedies for Marine Pollution
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Michael White is co-director of the Dulwich Centre for narrative therapy in Adelaide, Australia, and author and co-author of numerous books, including "Narrative Means to Therapeutic Ends".

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