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EEZ law not absolutist on environmental protection - Supreme Court told

Gavin Evans
Tue, 17 Nov 2020

Gavin Evans
Tue, 17 Nov 2020
Development activities in the exclusive economic zone are complex and must be made on an almost case-by-case basis based on the facts of each, the Supreme Court heard today.The decision-making committee, which in 2017 granted Trans-Tasman Resources consent to mine iron sands off the Taranaki coast, had to take a “broad evaluative and holistic” approach in balancing “scores” of potential environmental issues across many different aspects of the proposal, QC Justin Smith told the court.He said the Court of Appeal wasn&rsqu...

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