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1 \documentclass[a4paper,12pt]{article}
2 \usepackage{mystyle}
3 \bibliography{references.bib}
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5 % length: 3000 words
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8 \begin{document}
9 \input{title}
10 \tableofcontents
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12 \pagebreak
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14 \input{intro} % 400 words
15 \input{background} % 1100 words
16 \input{discussion} % 1100 words
17 \input{conclusion} % 400 words
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19 % Discuss the following statement:
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21 % Councils often do not have the inclination to challenge an AEE,
22 % particularly if the development may bring benefits to the region. It
23 % therefore often falls to individuals or public interest groups to
24 % the thorn and challenge. \parencite[][pp. 110-111]{grinlinton}
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26 % Your essay should consider the requirements for consultation in
27 % preparing assessments of environmental effects (AEEs) under the RMA,
28 % evidence supporting or refuting Grinlinton's statement and arrive at a
29 % conclusion on whether you agree or disagree with the statement based
30 % on the evidence you have identified.
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32 % Illustrate your essay with practical examples. Use the material you
33 % have collected in your clippings file of current environmental issues
34 % for this.
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36 - Consultation is not mandatory under the RMA, but is encouraged
37 - results from consultation / mediation process are not binding
38 - the majority of applications is not publicly notified (council survey)
39 - there is a history of underestimating the size of the group of `directly affected' people
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41 - government wants to shift power from the local councils to
42 national entity, at the expense of community consultation
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45 {\footnotesize{Approximate word count: 3000}}
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47 \printbibliography[heading=bibnumbered]
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49 \end{document}