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Participatory monitoring and evaluation of marine water quality, a case study of Sappi Saiccor, Umkomaas.
Previously, issues concerning the use and conservation of the natural resources were restricted to certain groups of individuals, normally those considered to be scientific experts. However with the emergence of sustainable ...
An evaluation of the consequences of environmental impact assessments (EIAs) on KwaZulu-Natal's biodiversity targets.
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An examination of the natural resource asset base of rural households : a case study of KwaDube, a rural community in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
The spotlight on rural developed and sustainable livelihoods has increased over the years. Additionally, the importance of natural resources (specifically in poorer contexts and rural areas that have limited infrastructure ...
Clean Development Mechanism : is it a tool to promote the use of renewable energy in South Africa?
Climate change, greenhouse gas emissions (GHG), and environmental pollution have all become buzzwords of our time. The awareness in recent years of the degradation of the planet by prioritising economic gain has allowed ...
Integrated conservation-development : a geographical analysis of policy and practice in northern Maputaland.
The thesis examines the genesis and implementation of integrated conservation development and associated projects in northern Maputaland during the 1980s and 1990s. The premise upon which this study is based is that there ...
The recent shifts in tourism in iSimangaliso Wetland Park.
Tourism is the fastest growing economic industry and has become one of the leading sources of growth and development in South Africa. However, tourism is in a constant state of flux requiring continuous research to ...
Spatial and temporal aspects of soil erosion in Mt Ayliff and Mt Frere, Eastern Cape Province, South Africa.
This study is concerned with the physical and human causes of soil. erosion. Some quantitative information on the magnitude of soil erosion for different ecoregions in South Africa is available. However, such quantitative ...
Assessing the effectiveness of a role playing game as a stakeholder engagement tool for integrated natural resource management.
The European Union funded project Afromaison (Africa at meso-scale: adaptive and integrated tools and strategies for natural resources management) aimed to address current challenges facing South Africa’s environmental ...
An investigation of perceptions, participation, and socio-economic impacts of community-based conservation programmes : the case of Buffelsdraai, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
There has been growing concern regarding the impacts of climate change-related concerns, coupled with the realisation that these concerns will be experienced differently across countries. At the local level, these climate ...
The politics of megaprojects : assessing the socio-spatial and environmental impacts of the proposed dig-out port in south Durban.
Megaprojects are continuing to transform urban landscapes, and take the form of large development projects such as railways, bridges, ports, dams, shopping malls and iconic skyscrapers. For cities, megaprojects act as ...