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The promotion and protection of public health in South Africa through environmental legislation with specific reference to air pollution.
The Constitution of South Africa I, (the Constitution) envisages in the Bill of Rights that: Everyone has the right -(a) to an environment that is not harmful to their health or well-being; and (b) to have the environment ...
A comparative study of legislation relating to the establishment and management of wildlife protected areas in South Africa and Tanzania.
In the last two decades, conservation of biodiversity has moved from being a preserve of wildlife enthusiasts into forming a lead agenda in the world conferences. Many Conventions and declarations also came into being ...
Biodiversity conservation on private land : an international perspective and lessons for South Africa.
Conservation agreements have been used successfully around the globe for the conservation of biodiversity on private land. In South Africa however, their use to this end has largely been overlooked. Conservation mechanisms ...
Environmental impact assesment [sic] for mining activities in Tanzania : legal analysis.
In this study, an analysis of laws pertaining to environmental protection in the mining in Tanzania is done. The study develops understanding of various environmental laws and institutions for the purposes of setting context ...
An environmental analysis of the privilege against self- incrimination as a potential problem for environmental liability: with particular reference to corporations.
This paper is divided into two parts, namely, Part I- deals with two important concepts, namely, the Development of Corporate Criminal Liability (Chapter Two) and the Development of the Corporate Environmental Crime ...
The regulation of genetically modified organisms (GMOs): a South African legal analysis.
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Offences and penalties for water pollution in South Africa : a comparative analysis of South African, British, American and Australian legislation.
The growth of industrialization has increased waste pollution, especially water pollution. Industries and individuals produce pollutants that are discharged into waters. Uncontrolled water pollution results in health hazards ...
Water resource management in South Africa.
South Africa is a semi-arid country virtually surrounded by water, yet fresh water is a scarce commodity and much of the population is currently without potable water. Water is the essence of life and a renewable resource ...
Large and grey : whales, elephants, and international law and politics.
This thesis is an investigation into, and a gathering of evidence on, the various ways in which two iconic species, whales and elephants, and the two conventions which govern their management, the 1946 International ...
The effectiveness of environmental law in Malawi : an analysis of the principal legal tools for achieving environmental protection with emphasis on the criminal sanction.
The magnitude of environmental degradation in Malawi suggests that environmental law has not been effective. While inadequate enforcement of the law is certainly a significant cause of ineffectiveness, it is demonstrated ...