CREEL aims to engage in these legal matters with respect to contemporary developments and issues in Australia, Asia-Pacific, internationally, and in selected regions.
Our scarce water resources give rise to unique challenges for the way we determine how water is distributed, bought and sold. The University offers a broad, interdisciplinary array of integrated research into both the economic and environmental sustainability pressures upon these water markets and offers innovative solutions that coordinate the needs of multiple stakeholders. This research also offers ways to negotiate water issues at the interface of State Governments or their agencies and Federal initiatives. Leaders include Prof Godden, Director of the Centre for Resources, Energy and Environmental Law (CREEL), Dr Brad Potter (accounting and business information) and Profs Etchells and Langford (policy).
Research Partners & Collaborators: CPA Australia, The Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia, Monash University; Murray Darling Basin Authority