|dc.contributor.advisor||Ridl, Jeremy Andrew.||
|dc.creator||Naicker, Mogasundram Shunmugam.||
|dc.description||Thesis (LL.M.)-University of Natal, Durban, 2003.||en
|dc.description.abstract||Air pollution, health and poverty convey overtones of moral dereliction of our
people by the confederacy of perpetrators. It is true that a cocktail of chemical
emissions pollute the Durban South area and the residents paying an enormous
price to survive.
With poverty abound, the people feel disenfranchised as their plea for a better
environment fails to improve their standing.
This short treatise looks at the role of people and the business as one part and the
inclusion of the government on the other part. A comparison of covert techniques
and manipulations used by business to circumvent the system.
Legislation although adequate but lacking enforcement together with legal remedies
as a way to stop this incursion to our Constitutional right.
A paradigm shift to sustainability in exploring the many facets of invaluable
'practical solutions' to save and sustain our existence and our intergenerational
The government authorities saddled with internal strife and the under-funded NGOs
who are buoyed by media support still prove ineffective. The conglomerates with
all their abundant resources covertly or otherwise propagate their maliciousness
The enforcement authorities, the judicial officers, the NGOs and the people must
work harmously to stem this unacceptable moral degradation before it reaches
|dc.subject||Air--Pollution--Law and Legislation--KwaZulu-Natal--Durban.||en
|dc.title||An industrial chemocide : synoptic analysis of air pollution in the Durban South area.||en