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Planning law as a source of environmental legislative power for local government.
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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 ...
A consideration of the squatter issue in relation to the natural environment.
Environmental conservation is the achievement of the highest quality of living for mankind by the rational utilization of the environment. It advocates practices that will perpetuate the resources of the Earth on which man ...
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 ...