I've set up a new group blog dedicated to Australian environmental law, called ozelaw.
The aim of the ozelaw blog is to bring news, commentary and analysis on environmental law in Australia.
I've set up the ozelaw blog because there doesn't seem to be much in the way of online sources of up-to-date information and, in particular, discussion and comment on trends in Australian environmental law.
Hopefully the ozelaw blog will become a forum for those interested in environmental law and environmental policy in Australia to learn and share their thoughts and experience. Hopefully it will also be a useful resource for people looking for general information on Australian environmental law.
The blog is in its early days and we're just starting to get a few contributors together but there's a few posts up including one on Friday's decision by the Australian Federal Court to allow the Humane Society International to bring an action challenging Japanese whaling in Australia's Antarctic waters.
I don't intend to do much writing there as I'm already pretty busy with this blog, work and uni (and, you know, having a life and stuff). So hopefully the blog will gather some good contributors and some momentum of its own.
Anyway, if you're interested in environmental law, have a look.