Neil Gunningham is a Professor within the Fenner School of Environment and Society and the Regulatory Institutions Network, at The Australian National University. His research and teaching interests focus on environmental regulation, governance and policy including issues of point and diffuse source water pollution, water efficiency plans and governance of groundwater resources. His books include Shades of Green: Business, Regulation and Environment (with Kagan and Thornton) and Smart Regulation (with Grabosky). He was previously Foundation Director of the Australian Centre for Environmental Law (1992-2001), a consultant to the OECD on compliance and regulatory design, and to the United Nations Environment Program on management systems and regulatory reform.
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