Sustianable housing policies can minimze carbon emssions and other environemntal costs. the article examines the role of regulatory and fiscal insruments mainly mandatory building codes in place for the purpose of supporting sustainable development.
|Title of host publication||Critical issues in environental taxation|
|Subtitle of host publication||international and comparative perspectives|
|Editors||Lin-Heng Lye, Janet E. Milne, Hope Ashiabor, Larry Kreiser, Kurt Deketelaere|
|Place of Publication||Oxford ; New York|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Publication status||Published - 2009|
- sustainable housing regulations
- feed in tariffs
- water efficiency
- incentive schemes
Blazey, P., & Gillies, P. (2009). Sustainable housing in Australia: fiscal incentives and regulatory regimes - current developments and policies for the future. In L-H. Lye, J. E. Milne, H. Ashiabor, L. Kreiser, & K. Deketelaere (Eds.), Critical issues in environental taxation: international and comparative perspectives (Vol. 7, pp. 229-245). Oxford ; New York: Oxford University Press.