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Planning law as a source of environmental legislative power for local government.
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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 ...
The protection of the environment through the use of criminal sanctions : a comparative analysis with specific reference to South Africa.
The purpose of this work is to examine critically the use of criminal sanctions in the enforcement of environmental law in South Africa. The two principal issues considered are, first, whether criminal sanctions are the ...
An interpretation of the South African Constitutional 'Environmental Right' (Section 24 of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996) and an assessment of its relationship to sustainable development.
Sustainable Development is a widely used phrase. A superficial search for the phrase on the internet indicates that it is used by a diverse range of users who imbue it with various interpretations depending upon their ...
The environmental impact assessment (EIA) under the Lesotho Environment Act No. 10 of 2008 : a comparative analysis with the South African EIA regime.
Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) has become common as the world realise that the environment has to be managed well for sustenance of life on the planet. As the EIA has now become a sine qua non in the management ...
Locus standi in environmental litigation : a South African perspective.
Environmentalists citizens groups, legal practitioners academics and the ordinary citizens in South Africa today are over-excited with the prospects of the environmental rights litigation under the final Constitution ...