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Title: Australian World Heritage in Danger
Authors: Marsden, Simon
Contact Email: simon.marsden@stir.ac.uk
Issue Date: May-2014
Citation: Marsden S (2014) Australian World Heritage in Danger, Environmental and Planning Law Journal, 31 (Part 3), pp. 192-209.
Abstract: This article analyses recent Australian developments under the World Heritage Convention with respect to Macquarie Island, the Great Barrier Reef and the Tasmanian Wilderness. It reviews the state of conservation of each of these properties which have been (Macquarie Island), or are (Great Barrier Reef and Tasmanian Wilderness), at risk of inscription on the List of World Heritage in Danger. The primary focus is upon international law and the Great Barrier Reef, the site that is the most iconic and subject to the greatest threats. The purpose of this List and the process by which properties can be inscribed on it are reviewed in the context of Australia's compliance with its obligations under the Convention.
URL: http://livepages.thomsonreuters.com.au/media/5561/wau-eplj-vol-31-no-3-may-14-contents.pdf
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