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 Browse by Socio-Economic Objective (1998) The SEO Classification allows R&D data to be classified according to the researcher's perceived purpose. The purpose categories take account of processes, products, health, education and other social and environmental aspects of particular interest. -> Division 4 - Environment -> 760000 - Environmental, Policy Frameworks and other Aspects -> 760100 Environmental Policy, Legislation and Standards :

760101 Global climate change adaptation measures (14)
760102 Trade and environment (6)
760103 Consumption patterns, population issues and the environment (21)
760104 Environmental education and awareness (33)
760199 Environmental policy, legislation and standards not elsewhere classified (29)

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Griffiths, A. B., Haigh, N. and Rassias, J. (2007) A framework for understanding institutional governance systems and climate change: The Case of Australia. European Management Journal, 25 6: 415-427. doi:10.1016/j.emj.2007.08.001 336   Cited 21 times in Scopus21 0
White, M. W. D. Australasian Marine Pollution Laws 2nd ed. Annandale, NSW: The Federation Press, 2007. 98  
White, M. (2007) Australian Maritime Law update: 2006 Part I General maritime issues. Journal of Maritime Law And Commerce, 38 3: 293-308. 86   1 Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Day, Robert A. (2001) Briefing: Factored material properties and limit state loads-unlikely extreme or impossible pretense. Proceedings of The Institution of Civil Engineers-geotechnical Engineering, 149 4: 209-210. doi:10.1680/geng.2001.149.4.209 44   0 Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Daintith, Terence. and Australian Mining and Petroleum Law Association. Discretion in the administration of offshore oil and gas : a comparative study. Melbourne: AMPLA, 2006. 240 7
Hockings, M. T., Stolton, S. and Dudley, N. Evaluating Effectiveness: a framework for reassessing the management of protected areas. Cambridge, UK: IUCN, 2000. 51  
Hockings, Marc (2000) Evaluating protected area management: A review of systems for assessing management effectiveness of protected areas. School of Natural & Rural Systems. Occasional Paper Series, 7 3: 1-56. 220  
White, DH, Wilhite, DA, O'Meagher, B and Hammer, GL (2001) Highlights of drought policy and related science in Australia and the USA. Water International, 26 3: 349-357. 74   3
Wulf, P L (2006) Indigenous commercial fishing rights in Queensland: When is commercial traditiional?. Environmental and Planning Law Journal, 23 6: 433-447. 70  
Fearon, R., Wulf, P. L. and Baird, R. (2006). International Institutional Arrangements Influencing Australia's Integrated Coastal Management. In Neil Lazarow, Regina Souter, Rob Fearon and Steve Dovers (Ed.), Coastal Management in Australia: Key Institutional and Governance Issues for Coastal Natural Resource Management and Planning 1st ed. (pp. 19-27) Indooroopilly, Brisbane: CRC for Coastal Zone, Estuary & Waterways Management. 76  
Büscher, Bram and Dressler, Wolfram (2007) Linking Neoprotectionism and Environmental Governance: On the Rapidly Increasing Tensions between Actors in the Environment-Development Nexus. Conservation and Society, 5 4: 586-611. 69 3
Mavhunga, Clapperton and Dressler, Wolfram (2007) On the Local Community: The Language of Disengagement?. Conservation and Society, 5 1: 44-59. 69 1
Imteaz, M. and Kamal, M. (2000). Pollution status and sources of pollution for the peripheral rivers of Greater Dhaka City. In: Sustainable Environmental Solutions for Industry and Government. 3rd Queensland Environmental Conference, Sheraton Hotel, Brisbane, (1-8). 25-26 May 2000. 77  
Ishigame, G. and Baxter, Gregory S. (2007) Practice and attitudes of Suburban and Rural Dwellers to Feeding Wild Birds in Southeast Queensland, Australia. Ornithological Science, 6 1: 11-19. 113  
Davies, Adam Richard (2004). The devolution of responsibilities to local government: A case study of the Queensland Environmental Protection Act MPhil Thesis, School of Geography, Planning and Architecture, The University of Queensland. 326 178
Browne, Warwick, Franks, Daniel M. and Kendall, Glenn (2011) The foundations for responsible mining in Cambodia – Suggested approaches Cambodia: United Nations 65 86
Haigh, N. and Griffiths, A. (2009) The natural environment as a primary stakeholder: The case of climate change. Business Strategy and the Environment, 18 6: 347-359. doi:10.1002/bse.602 1282   20 Cited 25 times in Scopus25 0
Sander, Nikola, Bell, Martin and Brown, Dominic S. (2007). Who are the Australian retirement migrants: A regression analysis of domestic migrants socio-economic characteristics. In: Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Population Geographies. 4th International Conference on Population Geographies, Hong Kong, (). 10-13 July, 2007. 112