The Centre has a vibrant website (the one you’re looking at) with more than 430 subscribers, many of whom engage with the Centre through comments posted on the website. The website contains updated information about the Centre’s work, and is also the home of our virtual environmental law library. This library contains:
- digital copies of environmental legislation with guidance on the myriad of subordinate legislation and declarations;
- key environmental law court judgements with media coverage of those judgements;
- a list of Parliamentary questions and answers on issues like water, environmental management, mining, waste and air quality
- key government reports
- coverage of the Centre’s work, including correspondence with government departments, ministries and industry roleplayers
Ideally, the Centre would like to develop its website into a more interactive and informative communication tool, through:
- growing its virtual environmental law library;
- a regular series of film clips on the Centre’s work and environmental law changes;
- creating opportunities for members of our Civil Society Environmental Expert Panel to share expertise on burning issues; and
- publishing an automated monthly newsletter for website users and other stakeholders.
Although the Centre itself does not conduct research, we are always interested in supporting and using new research. We are currently supporting and participating in a number of different research projects conducted by some of our partner organisations.