The effectiveness of the Precautionary Principle in protecting Australia's endangered species
Hamman, Evan, Woolaston, Katie, Koroglu, Rana, Johnson, Hope, Lewis, Bridget, Evans, Brodie, & Maguire, Rowena (2015) The effectiveness of the Precautionary Principle in protecting Australia's endangered species. International Union for the Conservation of Nature, Brisbane, Qld.
This report is the result of a small-scale experiment looking at improving methods for evaluating environmental laws. The objective in this research was to evaluate the effectiveness of the precautionary principle – an accepted principle of international environmental law – in the context of Australia’s endangered species. Two case studies were selected by our team: the (Great) White Shark and an endangered native Australian plant known as Tylophora Linearis.
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