Dr Pip Wallace
Qualifications: LLB Auck, LLM (Hons) Waikato, PhD Waikato
Pip's research has a focus on examining the intersections between natural systems and regulatory frameworks and the implications of this for law and planning. An important theme relates to biodiversity conservation and finding solutions to challenges, particularly those relating to coexistence between humans and wildlife. More broadly Pip's research concerns:
- All areas of Environmental Law, with particular focus on the Resource Management Act 1991 and statutory processes governing resource use, development and protection.
- Spatial planning, regulation and governance
- Local government law and planning
- The common law as it relates to the environment
- Special focus areas - resource management plans, development, conservation, biodiversity, threatened species, planning methods, spatial planning, internalisation of effects, property rights, farming, organic production, professional planning practice, the legal aspects of environmental modelling and other decision support tools.
- 2015 The University of Waikato Teaching Excellence Award
- 2015 The Faculty of Arts and Social Science Teaching Excellence Award
Environment; Environmental Impacts; Environmental Law; Environmental Policy and Politics; Environmental Resources and Planning; Law
Resource management law, planning law, resource management plans, conservation and wildlife protection conservation planning, organic farms and the law, drones, UAV/RPA, environmental models, decision support tools.
Wallace, P., & Holman, J. (2019). The state of well-being - A search for meaning in the New Zealand Regulatory Environment. New Zealand Journal of Environmental Law, 23, 1-30.
Wallace, P., & Holman, J. (2019). Aeroconservation – Challenges for Law and Policy. Environmental and Planning Law Journal, 36(6), 692-714. Retrieved from https://www.waikato.ac.nz/fass/about/staff/pwallace Open Access version: https://hdl.handle.net/10289/13488
Özkundakci, D., Wallace, P., Jones, H. F. E., Hunt, S., & Giles, H. (2018). Building a reliable evidence base: Legal challenges in environmental decision-making call for a more rigorous adoption of best practices in environmental modelling. Environmental Science and Policy, 88, 52-62. doi:10.1016/j.envsci.2018.06.018
Wallace, P., Martin, R., & White, I. (2018). Keeping pace with technology: drones, disturbance and policy deficiency. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 61(7), 1271-1288. doi:10.1080/09640568.2017.1353957 Open Access version: https://hdl.handle.net/10289/11292
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Associations and Memberships
Member Resource Management Law Association
Full Member New Zealand Planning Institute
Member IUCN World Commission on Environmental Law