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Renegotiating our understanding of environmental disputes

Renegotiating our understanding of environmental disputes

By Hubert Algie

Environmental Protection 

As businesses face greater economic pressures as a direct result of climate change, the resolution and management of environmental disputes will become increasingly important. Snapshot: International climate change negotiation provides lessons that may assist resolution of localised disputes. Four key lessons from international climate change negotiation which could apply in Victoria. These lessons help practitioners to better understand environmental issues and identify new ways to resolve them. Difficulties exist in negotiating and mediating all types of disputes. However, those concerning climate present unique lessons for practitioners. In the Victorian context, climate change is defined in the Climate Change Act 2017 as “a change of climate which is attributed directly or indirectly to human activity that alters the composition of the global atmosphere and which is in addition to natural climate variability observed over comparable time periods”.

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