The Current Offshore Environmental Developments in New Zealand

3 November 2014


"Te Piringa-Faculty of Law and the Centre for Environmental, Resources and Energy Law (CEREL) invites you to hear from our expert panel, discussing the current offshore environmental developments in New Zealand."

Date: Monday, 3 November 2014

5.30-6pm Networking and refreshments on arrival
6.30-7pm Panel Discussion
7-7.30pm Further networking opportunity

Venue: Tauranga Yacht Club, 90 Keith Allen Drive, Tauranga

Hear from Professor Barry Barton, Professor Chris Battershill, Professor Al Gillespie and CEREL/Intercoast PhD Student Ingrid Leersnyder about several important developments in New Zealand’s management of the offshore environment; including the Rena project; decisions on the protection of the Maui Dolphins; Trans-Tasman Resources - Iron Sand Mining, Chatham Rock Phosphate and the NZ King Salmon decision in the Supreme Court.

Your RSVP is appreciated by 12 noon, Friday 24 October to

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