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To list or not to list? The legal debate around the listing of trout as an invasive alien species.
The South African government has made numerous attempts to curtail the spread of Invasive Alien Species, such as rainbow and brown trout, through legislation such as the listing of Invasive Alien Species under National ...
An evaluation of the environmental regulations for the protection of avifaunal biodiversity in light of solar energy development.
The socio-economic benefits associated with solar energy facilities considering the energy crisis, coupled with its positive impacts of a reduced carbon footprint provide the case for solar energy. The inarguable need for ...
Is the regulation of single-use plastic in South Africa a waste of time?
The aim of a partial or complete ban of the use of single-use plastic in food packaging would be to reduce the amount of plastic waste that plagues South Africa and results in pollution to both our land and water resources. ...
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.
Abstract available in pdf.
An analysis of Nigeria's domestic application of the Convention on Biological Diversity.
While biodiversity has played a major role in sustaining human existence on earth, the world has witnessed the decline of these biological resources over the last century, with several species of flora and fauna being ...
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 ...
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 ...
Towards a legal introduction of wetland mitigation banking in South Africa.
Currently wetland conservation in South Africa is being implemented through various levels of enforcement including draft biodiversity offset regulations,1 which is based on the mitigation hierarchy principle.2 Implementation ...