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Publications by Amelia Thorpe

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Book chapters

'Between rights in the city and the right to the city: Heritage, character and public participation in urban planning' in A Durbach and L Lixinski (eds.) Heritage, Culture and Rights: Challenging legal discourses (Hart, 2017)

'Pop-up justice? Reflecting on relationships in the temporary city' in J Hennebury (ed.) Transience and Permanence in Urban Development (Wiley, 2017) (with T Moore and L Stickells)

'Land use planning' in P Williams (ed.) The Environmental Law Handbook - Planning and Land Use in New South Wales (Thomson Reuters, 2016)

Journal articles

'"This Land is Yours": Ownership and agency in the sharing city' Journal of Law and Society (forthcoming, Spring 2018)

'Rethinking participation, rethinking planning' (2017) 18 Planning Theory and Practice 566. doi: 10.1080/14649357.2017.1371788

'Hegel's hipsters: Claiming ownership in the contemporary city' (2017) Social and Legal Studies Online first, doi: 10.1177/0964663917701304

'Participation in planning: Lessons from the green bans' (2013) 30 Environmental and Planning Law Journal 93
*Winner of the Australian and New Zealand Law and History Society prize 2014

'Changing climates, changing cities? Planning reform and urban sustainability in New South Wales' (2013) 16 Australasian Journal of Natural Resources Law and Policy 133 (with Melissa Hart)

'Planning with the Public?' (2013) 38 Alternative Law Journal 272

'Too little, too soon? An assessment of Australian carbon capture and storage legislation against the new standards set for the Clean Development Mechanism' (2012) 3 Climate Law 139

‘Country Profile: Australia’ (2012) 3 Carbon and Climate Law Review 261

‘Bringing Plan-making Back into Planning’ (2010) 99 Architecture Australia 25

‘Green Buildings: Are codes, standards and targets sufficient drivers of sustainability in NSW?’ (2009) 26 Environmental and Planning Law Journal 486 (with Kristy Graham)

‘Community-based Monitoring, Reporting and Verification of REDD Projects: Innovative Potentials for Benefit Sharing’ (2009) 3 Carbon and Climate Law Review 303 (with Kristy Graham)

‘Tort-based Climate Change Litigation and the Political Question Doctrine’ (2008) 24 Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law 79

Presentations

'Pop-up Justice? Reflecting on relationships in the temporary city' (with L Stickells and T Moore, in conversation with A Forsyth) Festival of Urbanism/ Sydney Ideas, University of Sydney, August 8, 2017

"Landscape, law and legality," Penn Landscape Dialogues, Penn Design, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia March 30-31, 2017

"'I'm going to own this street': Embeddedness and the practice of property," Property in the City, Peter A Allard School of Law, UBC, Vancouver March 2-4, 2017

"Hegel's hipsters: Claiming ownership in the contemporary city," Center for the Study of Law and Society, UC Berkeley, October 7, 2016

"This Land is Yours: Ownership and Agency in the Sharing City," Between Activism and Enterprise: The Role of Law in Redefining Growth and Prosperity in the New Economy, UNSW Law, August 14-15, 2016

"Ecologies of Engagement," Urban Theory Symposium Series, Western Sydney University, April 28-29, 2016

"Hegel's hipsters: Claiming ownership in the contemporary city," Institute of Australian Geographers Legal Geography Workshop, UNSW, January 28-29, 2016

"Towards Relational Land Use Regulation? Property and Planning in Canada and Australia," Conference of the Association of Law, Property and Society, University of British Columbia, May 1-3, 2014 (with Estair van Wagner)

"Beyond Protest: Activism and participation in 1970s Sydney," Landscapes and Ecologies of Urban and Planning History, 12th Australasian Urban History/Planning History Conference, Victoria University of Wellington, February 2-5, 2014 (with Lee Stickells)

“Relational infrastructures? Temporary urbanism, alternative architecture and spatial justice,” Spaces of Justice: Grounds, walls, openings, Stradbroke Island, December 11-14, 2013 (with Lee Stickells)

“At property’s edge: Land use, extraction and environmental relations,” Law on the Edge, Conference of the Australian & New Zealand and Canadian Law & Society Associations, University of British Columbia, July 3-5, 2013 (with Estair van Wagner)

"Wild cities," An Introduction to Wild Law, University of Sydney, May 2, 2013

“Protest, Objection, Exclusion? Activism and participation in planning law,” Property Rights in a Changing Economy, 7th conference of the International Academic Association of Planning Law and Property Rights, Portland, Oregon, February 13-15, 2013

“Legislating Activism: Public participation and the legacy of the green bans,” Receiving laws/Giving laws, 31st conference of the Australian & New Zealand Law & History Society, Sydney, December 10-12, 2012

Refereed reports

Amelia Thorpe and Lisa Ogle, Staying on Track: Tackling Corruption Risks in Climate Change (United Nations Development Programme, 2010)

Peter Newman, Amelia Thorpe, Shane Grieve and Rebecca Armstrong, Locational advantage and disadvantage in public housing, rent assistance and housing loan assistance in Perth (Australian Housing and Research Institute, 2003)

Submissions

Submission to the NSW Government on the 'Planning legislation updates 2017' (2017)

Submission to the NSW Government on 'Community Consultative Committee Guidelines' (on behalf of UNSW Environmental Law Group, 2016)

Submission to the Productivity Commission on the 'Access to Justice Arrangements Draft Report' (on behalf of UNSW Environmental Law Group, 2014)

Submission to the NSW Government on the 'BASIX Target Review' (with M Hart, 2014)

Submission to the NSW Government on the 'New Planning System for NSW White Paper, Planning Bill 2013 and Planning (Administration) Bill 2013' (lead author, Environmental Law Group, UNSW, 2013)

Submission to the Productivity Commission on the 'Major Project Development Assessment Processes Issues Paper' (2013)

Submission to the NSW Government on the 'New Planning System for NSW Green Paper' (with C Holley and C Sherry, on behalf of the Environmental Law Group, UNSW, 2012)

Submission to the Royal Society on 'Geo-engineering the Climate' (with K Graham and T Holden, on behalf of the Environmental Defenders Office and R Rayfuse, 2009)

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