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A critical analysis of the lack of consideration of small scale fisheries in the allocation of fishing rights in South Africa.
Marine resources, in particular the fishing industry, continue to play a major role in sustaining South Africa’s economy and social development and contribute to employment and security of the local community. Historically, ...
An analysis of South Africa's statutory regime pertinent to the risks of hydraulic fracturing.
The production of energy is vital for the survival of mankind –we rely on the supply of energy in all sectors of the economy, ranging from the generation of electricity which ensures the functioning of households and ...
Access to genetic resources and sharing of benefits arising out of their utilization : a critical analysis of the contribution of the Nagoya Protocol to the existing international regime on access and benefit-sharing.
Prior to the commencement of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), genetic resources were considered to be the common heritage of mankind; this principle gave the right to developed countries to obtain and freely ...
A critical analysis of the Kyoto protocol's second commitment period.
Over the last four decades, the issue of climate change has drawn a rather great amount of attention in the international environmental law arena. Starting in 1992 with the adoption of the United Nations Framework Convention ...